Re: VPN Mailing list administrator?

1999-10-18 Thread John Stracke
e cost out to the people that are most interested in seeing the work done.) -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |Id est fabula

Re: IP network address assignments/allocations information?

1999-12-03 Thread John Stracke
ses, won't it? -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |"Time is money, and price is information." | |[EMAIL PROTECTED]|--Russ Nelson| \==/

Re: IP network address assignments/allocations information?

1999-12-03 Thread John Stracke
ompetition. -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |"She gets kidnapped. He gets killed. But it | |[EMAIL PROTECTED]|turns out okay

Re: IP network address assignments/allocations information?

1999-12-10 Thread John Stracke
an ActiveX control and your garage door opens and your security system shuts down... -- /=\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist || |eCal

Re: IP network address assignments/allocations information?

1999-12-14 Thread John Stracke
dated much.) -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |They prayed for their fates to be quick, | |[EMAIL PROTECTED]|painless, and, ideally, someone else's. | \==/

Re: Email messages: How large is too large?

1999-12-17 Thread John Stracke
otherwise be downloaded from HTTP servers. If so, it might suffice to standardize on an HTTP method and, ideally, define a way to get the right URL given an email address. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my

Re: Email messages: How large is too large?

1999-12-17 Thread John Stracke
runs open relays. -- /====\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist |===| |eCal Corp. |A ship is safe in a harbor, but that's not what| |[EMAIL PROTECTED]|a ship is for. | \/

Re: whois?

1999-12-21 Thread John Stracke
interested, it's at http://www.thibault.org/whois2. GPL. By default, it expects fwhois, but it can handle whois; just comment out the FWHOIS= line and uncomment the WHOIS= line. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions

Re: Email messages: How large is too large?

1999-12-21 Thread John Stracke
ade of brightly colored silicone rubber strips attached to a high tensile strength steel Wire Member which is in turn embedded into a Handle Member that is manipulated by a human hand to entice the pet to attack." Gee, that's original. -- /=

Re: Internet SYN Flooding, spoofing attacks

2000-02-11 Thread John Stracke
sends out a virus or worm or something; when it's running on 10^5 machines, the attacker turns them loose on the target. Each of the source addresses is valid; each of the packets sent is innocuous in and of itself. -- /=\ |John

Re: IETF Adelaide and interim meetings for APPS WGs

2000-02-15 Thread John Stracke
it. I very much prefer the "pretense" In other words, the pretense is self-fulfilling: by claiming (and striving) to be global, the IETF avoids driving away non-US participants, which makes the IETF more truly global. -- /=

Re: IETF Adelaide and interim meetings for APPS WGs

2000-02-16 Thread John Stracke
to recognize problems and rephrase as needed. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |Never mind the GUIs--Unix won't

Re: Proposed working group: IP Storage

2000-02-23 Thread John Stracke
. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |If at first you don't succeed, don't go | |[EMAIL PROTECTED]|skydiving. | \==/

Re: Internet SYN Flooding, spoofing attacks

2000-02-24 Thread John Stracke
. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |Life is like a metaphor. | |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| | \==/

Re: A thought about patents

2000-04-06 Thread John Stracke
, at least sometimes, the examiners do at least some literature search. I remember being involved in a patent where the examiner sent it back with an article clipped from the trade press. -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My

Re: A thought about patents

2000-04-08 Thread John Stracke
, clients and network inbetween are all located outside of US? No, not that; but, if the server is outside the US and the client is inside, then maybe. -- /=\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief

Re: prohibiting RFC publication

2000-04-10 Thread John Stracke
the I-Ds, it'd be a good repository for patent examiners to search. Since some people patent bad ideas, archiving bad ideas would be useful there. -- /===\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief

Re: Patent protection from NATs

2000-04-24 Thread John Stracke
to enforce the patents. -- /====\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist |===| |eCal Corp. |The cheapest, fastest, most reliable components| |[EMAIL

Re: IPv6: Past mistakes repeated?

2000-04-24 Thread John Stracke
to request another 256 when the new branch office opens Wasn't one of the design goals of IPv6 to make renumbering easier, so that people could move from small assignments to large ones? -- /====\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opini

Re: draft-ietf-nat-protocol-complications-02.txt

2000-04-24 Thread John Stracke
that. -- /\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist |===| |eCal Corp. |Using strong crypto on the Internet is like| |[EMAIL PROTECTED]|using an armored car to transport money

Re: Universal Network Language

2000-04-24 Thread John Stracke
UNL and specific human languages. Much higher in the stack than IP. :-) -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp

Re: IPv6: Past mistakes repeated?

2000-04-24 Thread John Stracke
Keith Moore wrote: if by that time the robot population exceeds the human population then I'm happy to let the robots solve the problem of upgrading to a new version of IP. Ah--the Iron Man's Burden. :-) -- /\ |John Stracke

Re: IPv6: Past mistakes repeated?

2000-04-25 Thread John Stracke
with T3s, let alone modern OC-mumbles.) -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |"Collect call from reality, will you a

Re: IPv6: Past mistakes repeated?

2000-04-25 Thread John Stracke
igit years would have required over 60MB more storage space. I don't know 1960s storage prices, but I know that 60MB would have cost enough to be worth saving. -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief

Re: multihoming (was Re: draft-ietf-nat-protocol-complications-02.txt)

2000-04-25 Thread John Stracke
ke it less necessary. -- /=======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist |==| |eCal Corp. |"Fate just isn't what it used to be." --Hobbes| |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| | \===/

Re: value of standards

2000-05-04 Thread John Stracke
y pull out their wallet to pay for the next upgrade? -- /===\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist |==| |eCal Corp. |Some days, it just doesn't pay to gn

Re: VIRUS WARNING

2000-05-11 Thread John Stracke
. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |But this one goes to 11x.| |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| | \==/

HTML email

2000-05-15 Thread John Stracke
/alternative exist? -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |"I lost an 7-foot boa constrictor once in our| |[

Re: CCIE

2000-06-14 Thread John Stracke
Randy Bush wrote: i can not find an rfc for "CCIE." what is one, some kind of can opener? Yes, exactly: a Can Consumable Ingredients Extractor. -- /===\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own

Re: WAP Is A Trap -- Reject WAP

2000-06-20 Thread John Stracke
rs to keep it happy, and it would require a cooperating tunnel at the far end with "real" IP addresses it can hand out. PPP over ssh, maybe? -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my ow

Re: IP over MIME (was Re: WAP Is A Trap -- Reject WAP)

2000-06-21 Thread John Stracke
Brijesh Kumar wrote: The size of display has nothing to do with it. Ah, so that's why WAP uses standard HTML? -- /\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist

Re: IP over MIME (was Re: WAP Is A Trap -- Reject WAP)

2000-06-22 Thread John Stracke
. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |Organ transplants are best left to the | |[EMAIL PROTECTED]|professionals. | \==/

Re: WAP - What A Problem...

2000-06-29 Thread John Stracke
of buying 100 modems. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |"Who died and made you king?" "My fathe

Re: IETF Wireless LAN history

2000-06-29 Thread John Stracke
, we take them out and have them shot for attacking critical network infrastructure Don't be silly. We can't kill people for that. We'll shoot the *devices*. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief

Re: IP service definition

2000-07-13 Thread John Stracke
. And, of course, any new, popular Internet service is valuable to all ISPs, since it increases the value of their service. -- /=\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist

Re: Email Privacy eating software

2000-07-17 Thread John Stracke
ar weapons. -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |You buttered your bread, now lie in it. | |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| | \==/

Re: Email Privacy eating software

2000-07-20 Thread John Stracke
r it might not, of course; Parliament might decide they didn't like being threatened.) -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |Nev

Re: draft-ietf-nat-protocol-complications-02.txt

2000-07-21 Thread John Stracke
ome weight by quoting the RFC. -- /====\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist |===| |eCal Corp. |All I ask is a chance to prove that money can'

Re: Domain name organization recommendation

2000-07-24 Thread John Stracke
ing to say here? All domains except "." are subdomains. -- /=======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist |==| |eCal Corp. |"If it faile

Re: novel use of URL space

2000-07-28 Thread John Stracke
the name of the document. You can do that with CGI, too. If you request http://example.com/foo.cgi/bar/baz, foo.cgi gets run with PATH_INFO set to "/bar/baz". -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my ow

Re: Heard at the IETF

2000-08-03 Thread John Stracke
ng problem. :-) -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |A mime is a wonderful thing to waste.| |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| | \==/

Re: Addresses and ports and taxes -- oh my!

2000-08-03 Thread John Stracke
, "Revenge!". :-) -- /=====\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist || |eCal Corp. |If God had not given us duct tape, it would have| |[EMAIL PROTE

Re: Heard at the IETF

2000-08-04 Thread John Stracke
chair?" -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |"Chris is the most self-effacing guy I know."| |[EMAIL PROTECTED]|"Well, I'm not *that* good at it." | \==/

Re: IPv6 Traffic class field or DS field ??

2000-08-24 Thread John Stracke
element processing a packet has no particular reason to believe the sender's assessment of the packet's priority. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist

Re: Standard Track dependencies on Informational RFCs

2000-08-31 Thread John Stracke
Lloyd Wood wrote: Can we overload the meaning of 'historic'? Ah, but, when you overload meanings, you overload brains, too. :-) -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist

Re: An Internet Draft as reference material

2000-09-20 Thread John Stracke
. Why? -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |Humpty Dumpty died for our sins. | |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| | \==/

Re: Topic drift Re: An Internet Draft as reference material

2000-09-26 Thread John Stracke
handler does reject GET, it's...not trivial, maybe, but easy...to build a handler someplace else that accepts GET and POSTs the query to the search engine. All in all, blocking like this just isn't worth the trouble. -- /===\ |John Stracke

Re: cell phone audio email

2000-10-09 Thread John Stracke
the phone. -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |Organ transplants are best left to the | |[EMAIL PROTECTED]|professionals. | \==/

Re: [Re: Standartization of User Input for find\search engines]

2000-10-16 Thread John Stracke
; or they might come up with a micropayment scheme. -- /===\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist |==| |eCal Corp. |A computer without Windows is like

Re: Bake-off as trademark

2000-11-06 Thread John Stracke
protocols. -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |Please do not adjust your mind--reality is | |[EMAIL PROTECTED]|malfunctioning. | \==/

Re: Bake-off as trademark

2000-11-07 Thread John Stracke
, but if they've failed to defend their trademark for 20 years, maybe they've lost it. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp

Re: Useable video from meetings - was suggestion

2000-11-27 Thread John Stracke
audience pretty well. I doubt that's true today. Hmm. A hosting company could subscribe to the MBONE feed and bridge it over to their RealVideo (or whatever) server. That would avoid complicating the on-site logistics. -- /==\ |John

Re: async voice wireless messaging update

2000-12-04 Thread John Stracke
minal room will be the managers who can make feature decisions. -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |Speak softly

Re: Internationalization and the IETF (Re: Will Language Wars Balkanize the Web?)

2000-12-07 Thread John Stracke
up partly in Quebec; when she's talking to her siblings, they'll often use French words when the English ones don't come to mind immediately. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist

Re: guidance (re: social event politeness)

2000-12-13 Thread John Stracke
the social was laid out so as to make it almost impossible to have well-defined lines...not an excuse, but it was part of the problem.) -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist

Re: IETF logistics

2000-12-19 Thread John Stracke
t even positive it's a problem. It's just that, if it is a problem, it's a bigger one than I previously realized. -- /=======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist |==

Re: NATs *ARE* evil!

2000-12-19 Thread John Stracke
as a powerful means of security (Section 2.1.3 - security by invisibility). Otherwise known as "security through obscurity". -- /===\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief

Re: Bottom feeders

2000-12-21 Thread John Stracke
le hundred they already know are worthwhile. Human nature. (Not everybody is like this; some are better. But there are very few people for whom it is easy.) -- /=====\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.

Tool for very basic presentations

2000-12-28 Thread John Stracke
. This was not an effort to produce a snazzy presentation program; this was a tool I wrote when I had to do a presentation, and spent maybe half an hour generalizing so other people could use it. -- /\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My

Re: Denial of Service by Spamware?

2000-12-29 Thread John Stracke
other hand, by this viewpoint, any OS for which viruses exist is a trojan horse.) -- /====\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist |===| |eCal Corp.

Re: Eliminating Virus Spam

2001-01-08 Thread John Stracke
Probably. -- /=====\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist || |eCal Corp. |I'm not imaginary. I'm ontologically challenged.| |[EMAIL PROTECTED]|| \=/

Re: Number of Firewall/NAT Users

2001-01-22 Thread John Stracke
an address in your .signature, the gateway couldn't translate it, so the person receiving your message saw an address they couldn't use. -- /========\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions a

Re: Blast from the past

2001-01-29 Thread John Stracke
was at University of Chicago in 1990-91. I think it was also on the campus-wide machines, too; at least, I remember having access to two different versions of the file, one much larger than the other (but not actually a superset). -- /==\ |John

Re: An alternative to TCP (part 1)

2001-02-06 Thread John Stracke
Jun'an Gao wrote: 6. Doing traffic shaping at the network edge is better than on the host node for The host *is* the edge of the network. -- /=\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief

Re: An alternative to TCP (part 1)

2001-02-07 Thread John Stracke
to as the 'network edge'. So there's no network between me and another computer on the same unswitched Ethernet? -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist

Re: An alternative to TCP (part 1)

2001-02-08 Thread John Stracke
Kevin Farley wrote: So you think your PC is the edge of the Internet? Isn't that what the end-to-end principle means? -- /=\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist

Not developing protocols (was: Re: An alternative to TCP (part 1))

2001-02-09 Thread John Stracke
ng our own. :-) -- /=====\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist || |eCal Corp. |"Genius, Brain! But what if the dragon eats us?"| |[EMAIL PROTECTED]|"That would alter our plans." | \=/

Re: Relation email - person (re: Mail sent to midcom)

2001-02-13 Thread John Stracke
they'd rather have email bounce than have confidential information go to the wrong person. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal

Re: Relation email - person (re: Mail sent to midcom)

2001-02-15 Thread John Stracke
was gone *everywhere*. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |The plural of mongoose is polygoose. | |[EMAIL

Re: Writing Internet Drafts on a Macintosh

2001-02-22 Thread John Stracke
. -- /=\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist || |eCal Corp. |"The struggle is always worthwhile, if the end | |[EMAIL PROT

Re: Why we shouldn' use ASCII text

2001-02-22 Thread John Stracke
chromosome damage... -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |Think of it as evolution in action. | |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| | \==/

Re: Why XML is perferable

2001-02-26 Thread John Stracke
't be sure what most of those words are, because they come out of your reader's cultural context. -- /====\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist |===|

Re: HTML better for small PDAs

2001-02-28 Thread John Stracke
them won't), then these people *will* make mistakes, and create non-interoperable implementations. It won't even be their fault; they're using the tools that were provided. -- /====\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.

Re: HTML better for small PDAs

2001-03-01 Thread John Stracke
only safe approach is to have exactly one format. plonk -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |Round up the usual d

Re: HTML better for small PDAs

2001-03-01 Thread John Stracke
John Stracke wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In my, limited, coding experience, I don't recall finding ASCII diagrams as part of the code. Poor diagrammatic capability is one of the problems I have with ASCII. Oh, ASCII art. I dunno; I've never used it. A clarification (since

Re: presentation-prep as safety hazard

2001-03-20 Thread John Stracke
think they'd be interested in the liability benefits, if nothing else. :-) -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |He

Re: presentation-prep as safety hazard

2001-03-22 Thread John Stracke
etty noisy. -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |I'm a .sig virus...and, boy, am I tired! | |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| | \==/

Re: burstification?

2001-03-28 Thread John Stracke
they mean. -- /======\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |You! Out of the gene pool! | |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| | \==/

Re: IETF Travel Woes (was Deja Vu)

2001-03-28 Thread John Stracke
is. -- /\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist |===| |eCal Corp. |"Your reality, sir, is lies balderdash, and I| |[EMAIL PROTECTE

Re: Deja Vu

2001-03-28 Thread John Stracke
, and no language barrier. If you're trying to be sneaky and hide your vacation in a business trip, you don't have to go far, or make a great effort, to fit in some tourism in the interstices between meetings. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http

Re: RFCs in PDF

2001-03-28 Thread John Stracke
ection may not be an option. Some of us produce HTML documents that you can download. Much better than PDF; smaller, potentially more standard, and adaptable to your screen size. -- /====\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opini

Re: RFCs in PDF

2001-03-29 Thread John Stracke
John Stracke wrote: "Mortonson, Robert W" wrote: I find this most helpful. If only the ietf would do this for presentations instead of just html. Then one can put together a reliable collection that is completely portable for a meeting, conference, work on a plane, anywher

Re: Conceptual Protocol

2001-03-30 Thread John Stracke
Deepika Giri wrote: RTP/RTCP is one such protocol already existing, what are you trying to do? Proxy servers. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist

GPL tool for monitoring Internet-Drafts

2001-04-11 Thread John Stracke
for. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |If at first you don't succeed, don't go | |[EMAIL PROTECTED]|skydiving. | \==/

Re: IPv9 ??

2001-04-19 Thread John Stracke
ether it's still deployed. -- /===\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own. | |Chief Scientist |==| |eCal Corp. |Q: What goes "Pieces of 7! Pieces of 7!"? A:

Re: Last Call: MIME Security with OpenPGP to Proposed Standard

2001-04-30 Thread John Stracke
think it is) didn't advertise 8bit support. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |There are many intelligent species

Linux implementation of RFC-1149

2001-04-30 Thread John Stracke
http://www.blug.linux.no/rfc1149/ -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal Corp. |If jumping off a bridge was the industry

Re: Mailing list policy

2001-05-21 Thread John Stracke
. Today, if you want to spam all of them, you have to subscribe to all of them, which is impractical. -- /==\ |John Stracke| http://www.ecal.com |My opinions are my own.| |Chief Scientist |=| |eCal

Re: Mailing list policy

2001-05-22 Thread John Stracke
Kevin Farley wrote: --- John Stracke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Today, if you want to spam all of them, you have to subscribe to all of them, which is impractical. (I spoke sloppily, by the way. For today, read with separate filters on every list.) Impractical, but through software

Re: filtering of mailing lists and NATs

2001-05-22 Thread John Stracke
, he forwards it to the group. If more than one approves, still only one copy goes forward. (Software somewhere would prevent duplicates.) Then you have to educate the subscribers on how to approve messages. -- /===\ |John Stracke

RE: Who Is Bin Laden?

2001-10-23 Thread John Stracke
Hopefully you accidentally sent this to the IETF. Seems unlikely. Note that this particular burbler showed up right after Jim Flaming was slapped down. I wouldn't bet against them being the same person. John Stracke Principal Engineer Incentive Systems, Inc. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: participation in IETF meetings

2001-10-23 Thread John Stracke
possible to download an archive in advance (I did it once), but it's less practical than downloading all the I-Ds. John Stracke Principal Engineer Incentive Systems, Inc. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: persistent domain names

2001-10-31 Thread John Stracke
can't create a new TLD and declare that the law does not apply to it. John Stracke Principal Engineer Incentive Systems, Inc. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: earlier agendas

2001-11-08 Thread John Stracke
. /\ |John Stracke|Principal Engineer | |[EMAIL PROTECTED] |Incentive Systems, Inc.| |http://www.incentivesystems.com |My opinions are my own.| || |I said no camels

Re: Last Call: Date and Time on the Internet: Timestamps to ProposedStandard

2001-11-09 Thread John Stracke
readers to that for use when a simple timestamp won't do. It's a small point, but it could prevent some confusion. /\ |John Stracke|Principal Engineer | |[EMAIL PROTECTED] |Incentive Systems, Inc.| |http

Re: Last Call: Date and Time on the Internet: Timestamps to Proposed Standard

2001-11-12 Thread John Stracke
he's likely to be in the office, etc. I did argue for using the pure-numeral form from RFC2445, until it was pointed out that we had to add the offset, which meant breaking compatibility with 2445 anyway. /=\ |John Stracke

Re: Splitting the IETF-Announce list?

2001-11-13 Thread John Stracke
. /===\ |John Stracke |Principal Engineer | |[EMAIL PROTECTED] |Incentive Systems, Inc.| |http://www.incentivesystems.com|My opinions are my own.| |===| |Newt Nuggets! | \===/

Re: Splitting the IETF-Announce list?

2001-11-15 Thread John Stracke
, where only the Secretariat can post. Moreover, we're probably talking about an optional digestified form of ietf-announce; people who can't trust their MUA don't have to use it. /===\ |John Stracke |Principal Engineer

Re: Why IPv6 is a must?

2001-11-26 Thread John Stracke
them available to the right people, and block them from the wrong people. /==\ |John Stracke |Principal Engineer| |[EMAIL PROTECTED] |Incentive Systems, Inc. | |http://www.incentivesystems.com|My opinions are my own

Re: Why IPv6 is a must?

2001-11-27 Thread John Stracke
. /\ |John Stracke |Principal Engineer | |[EMAIL PROTECTED] |Incentive Systems, Inc. | |http://www.incentivesystems.com|My opinions are my own

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