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NANOG List Update - Moving Forward



Good response Jimmy. I think that peoples tact more than anything is 
what is embarrassing about these threads. The complaint is legitimate.

-Hammer-

"I was a normal American nerd"
-Jack Herer



On 07/12/2011 09:05 PM, Jimmy Hess wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 12, 2011 at 11:25 AM, -Hammer-<bhmccie at gmail.com>  wrote:
>    
>> The tolerance of some of you out there is amazing. You must be PS3 users
>> crying because your free game network is down. Maybe we can get a
>>      
> PS3net users had a right to cry..  because their 'free' game network
> is not really free,
> and they bought a nice console that became a brick for indefinite
> amounts of time....
>
>    
>> Be patient people. Maybe a little appreciation to these experts wouldn't
>> hurt you either.
>>      
> Patience is gold,  but operating or migrating a listserv is not rocket science,
> and it cuts both ways.   Only a certain amount of patience is warranted for any
> particular situation, and it appears posters have the warranted amount
> of tolerance.
>
> For now I am appreciative of  Robert Bonomi  and  Brielle Bruns  for
> identifying issues.
>
> I'll be happy to express appreciation, as soon as the "experts" get it
> done and get
> it right;  right now I'm just keeping my fingers crossed and hoping to
> hear the news
> that the issues are addressed  and everything's perfect.
>
> In the mean time;  I am glad that the deficiencies witnessed are being reported.
> And hope the experts are learning,   and at least taking the reports seriously,
> esp.  regards to non-member posting, spam, "undisclosed-recipients" mess,
> and header issues/ oddball "bulk_mailer" identification...
>
>
> NANOG as an operators list should not itself become an example of poor
> operator practice;  or poor planning/change management;
> that would be an embarassment.
>
>    
>> -Hammer-
>>      
> --
> -JH
>