[arin-ppml] Official Spin-Off of GQBC and GQNET from the Gymnasium Querfurt High School to enhance education

Lee Dilkie Lee at Dilkie.com
Wed Jan 13 12:31:30 EST 2010


Sweet Jesus in the garden of Gethsemane, keep us and save us from this crap.

Can both of you just shut the frak up. You're acting like a bunch of
children.

-lee

On 1/13/2010 11:57 AM, Christopher Mettin wrote:
>
> Oh, someone admitting his guilt. I was counting on that. Yep, that's
> the guy who was wasting our limited school paper.
>
> 4 week days in a row we received faxes (the one he linked was only the
> second one) containing falsified claims and crazy threats. This
> behavior violates the United States Code (don't ask me for the exact
> section and clause).
>
>  
>
> If they don't stop contacting our school immediately, we will take
> legal actions.
>
>  
>
> If anyone googles up, they will find a dozen of emails and faxes he
> sent to government offices and non-commercial organizations. It is
> also a falsification to identify oneself as a member of an
> organization that fired one and now tries to convince other people to
> not work with this company (as Mr. Baptista does). Is advised to
> ignore Mr. Baptista as everyone of the other affected people did.
>
>  
>
> If Mr. Baptista thinks he knows better about our internal school
> business, he can go tell his grandma, uh, no, I forgot he lives with
> his Mama, maybe she will still pay the next Internet bill then.
>
>  
>
> No further comments requested.
>
>  
>
> *From:* publicroot.info at gmail.com [mailto:publicroot.info at gmail.com]
> *On Behalf Of *Joe Baptista
> *Sent:* Wednesday, January 13, 2010 5:19 PM
> *To:* Christopher Mettin
> *Cc:* arin-ppml at arin.net
> *Subject:* Re: [arin-ppml] Official Spin-Off of GQBC and GQNET from
> the Gymnasium Querfurt High School to enhance education
>
>  
>
> A very interesting development Christopher. But members reading this
> may be confused. So will provide here a brief summary.
>
> Three days ago I faxed the Principle at Christopher's school the
> "Gymnasium Querfurt High School" a letter and supporting documentation
> with respect to Christopher's conduct in this conference - a copy of
> this fax is available for members to read at the following URL:
>
> http://bit.ly/6q0r2g
>
> As a result of my letter meetings were held and the school is now
> doing its best to distance itself from Christopher's projects.
>
> The school has confirmed with me that they will be replying to my fax
> by letter. We will see then what they have to say.
>
> I do hope the school will apologize to the members here for
> Christopher's conduct.
>
> And in closing I want to take this opportunity to ask Christopher in
> public to apologize to the members for his conduct. I have asked
> Christopher in private correspondence to apologize to the members. To
> date no apology has been received and if Christopher can't provide one
> I hope the school does.
>
>
> regards
> joe baptista
>
> On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 10:36 AM, Christopher Mettin
> <cmettin at gqbc-online.com <mailto:cmettin at gqbc-online.com>> wrote:
>
> Dear ARIN Community,
>
>  
>
> To strengthen education of high school education, even outside the
> walls of such an institution, in Mai 2008 the students of the
> Gymnasium Querfurt High School founded the Gymnasium Querfurt
> Broadcasting Channel, an International organization. It's bylaws were
> soon written and meant to chronologically include all future
> amendments and extensions to the mission of the organizations, these
> bylaws are known as the GQ RFCs, in honor of the Requests for Change.
>
>  
>
> A few months afterwards the organizations was absorbed by the GQHS and
> managed together with GQHS teachers. Three days ago from today, this
> action was reversed together with our principal and the school
> assembly. The GQBC administration, namely I, wanted to ensure the
> organization will be still administrated according to its founding
> principles after my own graduation and those of my fellow student
> network administrators.
>
>  
>
> 3 official reasons were stated in the spin-off contract:
>
> 1.       The fusion of GQBC with GQHS has never been authorized by a
> ratified GQ RFC. GQHS rather received a temporary mandate to help GQBC
> growing in its first life phases;
>
> 2.       GQ RFC 1 clearly stated that GQBC is an independent
> organization with the mission to support education. To maintain
> objectivity such an organization has to be run independently from a
> school. We only remained a phrase advising that GQBC originated from
> the GQHS on our website, and also GQBC will still provide services for
> the GQHS it provided before (e.g. web transcripts); and
>
> 3.       Due to massive email, fax, and even telephone fraud attacks
> by an opponent of the Public-Root (name intentionally omitted but we
> are sure everyone knows him), which already satisfy the definition of
> terrorism, and the fact that GQ RFCs did never grant GQBC the right to
> provide contact details of the GQHS to entities other than educational
> institutions. GQBC amended its policies and the contact page on
> gqbc-online.com <http://gqbc-online.com> to state that the only way
> for individuals and companies outside the state of Sachsen-Anhalt to
> contact the school is through a spam-filtered email address.
>
>  
>
> It is entirely true that the attacker failed his goal to knock down
> the development of a global school network (GQNET), and we can proudly
> say it was not the fate of the pilot project for International
> education to fail. The attacker will soon receive a message from our
> principal stating the school is no longer responsible for his
> falsified claims and "scam warnings" and he will have to immediately
> stop to write any faxes, emails, or call the school.
>
>  
>
> GQNET which was planned within the last weeks is now ready to start.
> There will be three main departments the network consists of: an
> Internet Service provider (GQNET.Connect) connecting all users to the
> GQNET , the .GQNET domain management (GQ NIC), and the team
> re-deploying the internal GQHS network to serve educational resources
> to the global GQNET (GQNET next-gen school network).
>
>  
>
> GQNET.Connect is hereby officially introduced as the first educational
> Internet Service Provider with multi-homed deployment which will soon
> go on with the work I began, making IP addresses available for
> educational purposes free of charge. And of course, GQNET.Connect is
> primarily based in Michigan), therefore subject to be served by ARIN
> with IP addresses.
>
>  
>
> I hope we can soon find a way to get the important IP's without long
> discussions caused by commercial companies trying to reserve IP
> addresses for their own prosper. The Web is an exponentially growing
> knowledge library and not the stock market.
>
>  
>
> For those of you who want to benefit from a more inclusive name space
> the Public-Root, root of the Internet2 and our Top Level Domain
> sponsor, provides, go on http://inaic.com to receive further
> information on how to upgrade your desktop configurations and server
> hint files. Users of the Public-Root have instant access to most GQNET
> resources. Further, the Public-Root has master servers on all over the
> world and is therefore more reliable than the commercial legacy root,
> which is mainly deployed on the East and West coast of the US.
>
>  
>
> Sincerely yours,
>
> Christopher Mettin
>
> Student Network Administrator
>
> GQBC
>
>
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