It was a pleasure for Domainz to be able to bring you to the Conference and
I'm sure your presence was appreciated by everyone.
However, the least you could have done was bought an MP3 player off me ...
From: Joe Abley [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, 29 July 2003 7:44 p.m.
Subject: [nznog] Uniforum Meeting and Various Belated Thank-Yous
(warning! non-operational content. Press "d" now.)
This is going to sound a little bit like a delayed reaction, but
I've been travelling wildly since the meeting and hence have something
of a mental meme backlog.
It was very pleasant to be back putting names to faces and waving
my hands in front of a whiteboard. Many thanks to Roger & Co for
organising the meeting, and for inviting me to come down and speak.
My travel to Auckland was paid for by Domainz -- without their
funding I likely would not have been able to visit to talk at the
meeting, nor turn up the F root server instance in Auckland in July
(if your traceroute to f.root-servers.net
currently leaves the
country, feel free to contact peering(a)isc.org to set up a peering
session with us in Auckland, or encourage your ISP to do the same).
Direct assistance and ongoing donations of time, network, colo and
equipment for the F root server were provided by Juniper, TelstraClear,
Citylink, FX Networks and 2day.com
, all of whom should hereby
consider themselves heartily thanked.
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