NAIPR Message

Rebuttal to Mr. Weisberg's insinuations

Hi,

I guess I'll be joining Paul Ferguson.  A pity as the reason I started
up PAGAN in the first place was to evolve registry policies, but I no
longer have the time/interest to wade through Jim Fleming's drivel
anymore.  

PAGAN will continue to be hosted on apnic.net as long as it is
desired.  

Regards,
-drc
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>On Sunday, July 20, 1997 10:42 AM, Gordon Cook[SMTP:cook at netaxs.com] wrote:
>@ Hi dave farber, you have my sympathies.  for you see the kind of crap you
>@ get back when you make the mistake of saying anything in front of these
>@ people.
>@ 
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>@ 
>@ On Sun, 20 Jul 1997, Jim Fleming wrote:
>@ 
>@ > On Sunday, July 20, 1997 1:44 PM, David Farber[SMTP:farber at cis.upenn.edu] wrote:
>@ > @ Jon Postel (one of my PhD students) is as straight and honest a guy as you
>@ > @ can find. Jon personally has only the health of the net in his mind  NEVER
>@ > @ MORE. I cannot speak for others
>@ > @ 
>@ > 
>@ > Then NAIR should have no problems and will
>@ > get the same level of endorsement as ARIN.
>@ > 
>@ > Right ?
>@ > 
>
>
>Gordon,
>
>Does that mean that you do not support NAIR ?
>
>How are NAIR and ARIN different ?
>
>Why can't there be multiple address registries ?
>
>What happens when Canada pulls a plan together ?
>
>What is the criteria for creating more registries ?
>
>Do you have the latest view from the Whitehouse on
>these issues ?
>
>BTW...who are "these people"...?
>
>--
>Jim Fleming
>Unir Corporation
>
>