Other flapping prefixes. Compare and contrast.

Michael F. Nittmann mn at ios.com
Tue Sep 12 13:41:30 UTC 1995


Well, after all this, can we then get say to a point where we define like 
engineering guidelines. 
This exists in machine engineering and everywhere else. 

It would mean that certain types of access shouldbe designed in a certain 
manner, and also explain why and what the impacts are (see my earlier 
post, yes, everybody knows how to do this).

There are more points, not only this one: proxy agg, as path manipulation 
etc.

This way a provider has at least the chance to check if his design is 
'within the normal and customary'.

Since these things are no corporate secrets, how about giving it a corner 
on the merit web sites?

I still maintain that public complaint about something that is between 
providers, without (this is the point) constructive proposal of a 
solution, is public whining. Well, you all seem to accept and like this, 
we all have our views.

Mike


On Tue, 12 Sep 1995, Dave Siegel wrote:

> > Can we stop this bashing right here, Sean? I don't believe that this list 
> > is the adequate forum four such childish behaviour. I have a collection 
> > of your past emails and I am rather fed up withthis. 
> > 
> > Can Sean be removed from the list? These are not contributions in any 
> > sense of constructivity at all.
> 
> I disagree.
> 
> When the traditional channels don't work, sometimes publicity is the only thing
> to cause a company to pay attention.
> 
> Do not underestimate the value of peer pressure.  We all have to resort to it
> at one point or another.
> 
> Furthermore, Sean has contributed many construtive posts to this list in the
> onslaught of arguments.
> 
> 
> Let's not call the kettle black.
> 
> Dave
> 
> -- 
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