On Sat, Jan 15, 2000 at 12:45:32PM +1300, Patrick O' Brien wrote:
we'll just add that to the list of standard requirements that
Domainz feels they are too good for
Where is this list published?
On the numerous mailing lists where requirements from operators have
been put to Domainz, and been summarily ignored. Check the archives,
Patrick, if you don't remember.
surprised that you are happy with the remarkable inflexibility of UDP
What is it that the "4service" address or the "domainz.net.nz" domain
do with UDP?
Your expertise at quoting fragments out of context in order to make
yourself look silly speaks for itself.
Again, it was
the aliases _required_ by RFC2142 I was talking about..
Why don't you give me the list of those aliases and send mail to them. Let
me know where Domainz is falling short on these RFC standards please.
I _have_ sent mail to them. They don't bounce. However, I have no idea
where they go. If you were interested in supporting them, you'd support
them and publicise the fact. You're clearly not interested in doing this.
I don't see that any additional debate is going to add anything here.
On the other
hand, if you don't care about keeping your customers happy,
you can ignore their advice and laugh at their petty requests.
Well, I do care, and I took the trouble to find out more, and I am committed
to improve if there are real issues flagged that we can improve upon -- and
I am not laughing at requests.
Excellent. I expect therefore that we will shortly see deployment of a
production, authoritative whois server which responds to RIPE-181 queries
live any day then, as well as service-level agreements with secondary
nameserver operators, a registry-registrar interface that meets the
requirements of registrars, and a registry that doesn't close for
business two days out of every seven?
Or does the fact that none of these have been actioned in the previous
months and years speak more loudly about your committments than simple
throw-away comments in nznog?
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