GAVRON at ACES.COM
Tue Aug 6 09:44:07 UTC 1996
Dick, you wrote:
>RFC compliance could even be turned into a marketing
>advantage, which would put pressure on other networks to comply as
RFCs form Internet guidelines, notes, and standards. They
are not marketing advantages, brochure fillers, reasons,
pressure-points, or massage techniques.
You've shown usual lack of understanding of bandwidth
usage, conservation, and reservation, despite many comments
from Michael and others.
>I much prefer pressuring developers than pressuring users, but I think
>anyone who runs a "retail" network or is aware of mailbombing
>software, spamming software, or cracking software knows that being
>part policeman and part parent comes with the territory. "Bad"
>applications will be written no matter what the RFC says.
RFCs don't pressure developers or users, and has nothing to do
with your seriously messed-up religious viewpoints on "retail
networks" or whatever else you were typing while your prozac
Please don't make it any worse by
calling for an RFC ''so marketing can force'' some solution
you don't understand to a problem you can't define on a network
you don't run or ever will grok.
>Dick St.Peters, Gatekeeper, Pearly Gateway, Ballston Spa, NY
>stpeters at NetHeaven.com Owner, NetHeaven 518-885-1295/800-910-6671
>Internet for Albany/Saratoga, Glens Falls, North Creek, & Lake Placid
> First Internet service based in the 518 area code
Net.signature less than 5 lines, including --
First Internet service based in XXX where the owner isn't a moron
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