On Sat, Oct 16, 1999 at 02:44:35PM +1300, John Vorstermans wrote:
At 11:08 AM 16-10-99 +1300, Peter Mott wrote:
policy on Zone Transfers.
Whats driving this policy
It also gives weight to the possibility that the
real purpose behind the
policy is something not yet disclosed.
The Zone Transfer policy has been in the making for some time now. It has
also been openly discussed on the nznog list. This policy is largely the
outcome of those discussion.
As far as I can remember, the discussions on the nznog list could be
o there were legitimate business reasons for being able to do zone
o there were legitimate operational reasons too;
o nobody could come up with a good reason to restrict access, but
o there were still people eager to restrict it on a matter of principle.
In fact, it sounds remarkably like this discussion, so far.
Why are we making the draft available for public
comment? To give members
and those concerned a chance to make a submission to the proposed draft
before it is fully considered by the ISOCNZ Council. Submissions are most
welcome and can be e-mailed to myself at john(a)actrix.co.nz.
How will submissions be considered? At the end of the day, is this a
decision that will be made according to direct public feedback, or
according to the isocnz councellor's interpretation of the feedback
they privately receive?
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