[dns-operations] rfc compliance of a radsec approach?

Peter Dambier peter at peter-dambier.de
Fri Oct 17 15:50:55 UTC 2008

Thank you Joe.

Frittes avec cheese makes sense mon Estsie :)

Yes I remember hypens were spelled Putin in Québec.

I thought France Telekom and Wanadoo in particular were
big enough to generalise a bit.

My nameserver has been complaining a lot about underscores
in names and they have been french names mostly.

Kind regards

Joe Abley wrote:
> On 17 Oct 2008, at 09:41, Peter Dambier wrote:
>> It wont work in France and many French speaking countries.
>> They do already use the underscore for different things.
>> Took me days to find that their software turned every
>> hyphen into an underscore...
> Actually, in French Canada every hyphen is turned into a cardboard
> container of deep-fried potatoes, covered with cheese curds and gravy.
> So you might be over-generalising, there.
> Joe

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