[ppml] the docmoc method of knoted thread removal

bmanning at vacation.karoshi.com bmanning at vacation.karoshi.com
Wed Aug 1 13:58:53 EDT 2007

  well, its does seem that the horse is dead and beating it
  won't make it go faster.  clearly you have defenseable  points
  and so do others.  myself, i'm of roughly the same mind as
  Mr. Curren - e.g. - we will do what the community, through the
  existing policy development process, directs us to do.

  I did find Lucy's post a refreshing change of pace, with pointers
  to real work/analysis in areas similar to the space we find for
  the addressing regime.

  and as a current Trustee, I feel the obligation to read ALL the
  posts, esp. those from former Trustees.


On Wed, Aug 01, 2007 at 10:46:29AM -0700, David Conrad wrote:
> I can take a hint from an esteemed ARIN board of trustees member.
> I'll go back to getting real work done.
> Rgds,
> -drc
> On Aug 1, 2007, at 10:21 AM, bmanning at vacation.karoshi.com wrote:
> >
> >ppml has become an "in" place to be to air topics of interest in  
> >the addressing
> >community.  and as is true w/ many such "flash-mob" events, there  
> >seem to be a
> >few folks who dominate the consumption of bandwidth, creating knots  
> >in the
> >thread of discussion.
> >
> >the tried/proven docmoc method of knot removal is to avoid reading  
> >postings
> >from the prolific and read posts from the occasional poster - the  
> >argument
> >here is to look for fresh points of view.
> >
> >I appreciate Lucy's post and the pointers.
> >
> >--bill
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