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Hi, all,

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On 9/4/2014 2:54 PM, Joe Touch wrote:
> Hi, all,
> In the interest of protecting the list archive, I am removing the
> following post from the archive, as well as any post that quotes the URL
> it includes. This may require a few days to take effect.
> (I have not mentioned it, but I will indicate any such modifications of
> the archive in the future as well)
> Joe
> IH list admin
> On 9/4/2014 10:38 AM, Dr Eberhard W Lisse wrote:
>> He has his own FAQ
>> unfortunately in German, but Google translate makes a reasonable job
>> of it :-)-O
>> Maybe non-response to off-topic posts is best.
>> Greetings, el
>> Sent from Dr Lisse's iPad mini
>> On Sep 4, 2014, at 18:05, Amelia A Lewis <amyzing at talsever.com
>> <mailto:amyzing at talsever.com>> wrote:
>>> If it's necessary to post publicly, then I'll do so.
>>> I'd like to second Paul Vixie's call for moderation. Herr Bosau, if
>>> your concerns have nothing to do with internet history, beyond
>>> asserting that you know more than the folks who were involved in
>>> designing internet protocols, and demanding that they admit that they
>>> were wrong, then you should take your insults and your attempts to
>>> derail the internet-history discussion list *somewhere else*.
>>> Also, you owe Paul Vixie an apology, and more apologies to the others
>>> on this list who have shown, in my opinion, remarkable tolerance of
>>> your anger, insults, and distractions from the topics of the mailing
>>> list. It is possible that, if (as it seems) english is your second
>>> language, you're not aware of the hostile and vicious tone that has
>>> suffused your posts from about the dozenth in this outrageously long
>>> series.
>>> The folks involved in discussions of congestion control at various
>>> periods in the development of the internet have graciously discussed
>>> this history here. That's all that ever belonged here.
>>> Stop.
>>> Amy!
>>> On Thu, 04 Sep 2014 18:19:28 +0200, Detlef Bosau wrote:
>>>> Am 04.09.2014 um 08:47 schrieb Paul Vixie:
>>>>> mr. bosau, i consider your answer completely non-responsive. to reduce
>>>>> stress, i'm going to add you to my mail filter now. for your possible
>>>>> self-reference, i received several "thank you paul for saying what you
>>>>> said" notes from our colleagues here.
>>>> First: Feel free to add me to your filter.
>>>> Second: Stop telling lies.
>>>> When persons want to criticize me, they are free to tell this to me -
>>>> and not to you. Boasting with actions done by others is an absolute No
>>>> Go in any academic context. And a reliable means to break any contact
>>>> with me. So when people have a problem with me, these people either
>>>> have
>>>> a name and can speak for themselves, or they have problems, most likely
>>>> not only with me.
>>>> And please don't call me a troll. The only person who behaves like a
>>>> troll, and as a very childish one, are you in this context.
>>>> I never got in touch with you. I have no idea who you are, we don't
>>>> know
>>>> each other. And you come here without any reason, offend me, blame me,
>>>> without any rationale reason. This is simply bad behaviour.
>>>> Who are you to do that?
>>>> God? The President of the United States?
>>>> And what should my response have been?
>>>> Think about that for yourself.
>>>> (And when statements of me are wrong, give rationale to prove them
>>>> wrong. "I received mails..." or "I received phone calls..." are
>>>> certainly no rationales.)
>>>> However, I think we should close this dispute here. I don't think that
>>>> the other readers are interested in that childish arguments.
>>>> Detlef