Why is NANOG not being blacklisted like any other provider that sent 500 spam messages in 3 days?
mehmet at akcin.net
Mon Oct 26 23:01:15 UTC 2015
Comms team let us know if there is anything we can do to support you
otherwise thanks in advance for fixing this issue.
On Monday, October 26, 2015, Patrick W. Gilmore <patrick at ianai.net> wrote:
> Myth: Andrew’s post has utility to the 10K+ people reading it. (Not
> watching Twitter makes me braindead? really? Yeah, it’s 2015. Get
> up-to-date, should have sent a snapchat. Duh.)
> Fact: Andrew should probably just un-sub since he finds NANOG useless.
> That would actually provide utility to the rest of us.
> I repeat: The UN-PAID VOLUNTEERS on the Communications Committee do a
> great job. If you think you can do better, please please please volunteer.
> Otherwise, simply thank them for doing what you refuse to do and get on
> with your life.
> > On Oct 26, 2015, at 4:56 PM, Andrew Kirch <trelane at trelane.net
> > All,
> > Myth: NANOG supposed to be the gold standard for best practices.
> > Fact: 500 spam messages over the weekend.
> > Myth: there were no complaints and this issue was raised over the
> > Fact: I raised it this weekend via twitter twice @NANOG, and requested
> > contact from SCNET (NANOG's upstream) trying to find a live person to
> > it off.
> > Myth: blah blah blah social media is a bad way to get ahold of
> > Fact: Social media is an acceptable way to report abuse. My marketing
> > department certainly knows how to get ahold of me when such an issue
> > occurs. It's 2015, and if you and everyone you know isn't watching
> > I can't help you, because you've gone braindead.
> > Myth: but you could have reached out to someone else and maybe done
> > something to stop this quickly.
> > Fact: I reached out to several people at ARIN and elsewhere trying to
> get a
> > live person at NANOG to no avail.
> > Myth: this is acceptable because NANOG has political clout in the US and
> > elsewhere.
> > Fact: If I was still running the AHBL, NANOG would be it's own private
> > intranet right now.
> > Andrew
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