Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-24 Thread Piers Cawley
Dominic Mitchell [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Fri, Feb 23, 2001 at 10:15:27AM +, Michael Stevens wrote: On Fri, Feb 23, 2001 at 10:06:07AM +, Paul Mison wrote: On 22/02/2001 at 16:24 +, Dave Cross wrote: IIRC we also investigated the possibility of registering pm.org.uk,

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-23 Thread Jonathan Stowe
On Thu, 22 Feb 2001, Richard Clamp wrote: On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 05:07:31PM +0100, Philip Newton wrote: So, no http://london.pm/ right now :-( But maybe in the future![1] Deja-Vu. We (being other people on the list, and not actually me) tried this about 2 years ago, with almost

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-23 Thread Paul Mison
On 22/02/2001 at 16:24 +, Dave Cross wrote: IIRC we also investigated the possibility of registering pm.org.uk, but Nominet have a silly rule that prevents anyone from having third level domains with only two characters :( But organisations as diverse as the British Library, Parliament, the

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-23 Thread Greg McCarroll
* Paul Makepeace ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: From: "Leon Brocard" [EMAIL PROTECTED] On a... related... topic: http://paris.mongueurs.net/ "Il y a davantage que l'one-way pour le faire" Has anyone yet called French a glue language for English? If anyone does, take a video camera and post

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-23 Thread Dave Hodgkinson
Paul Mison [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On 22/02/2001 at 16:24 +, Dave Cross wrote: IIRC we also investigated the possibility of registering pm.org.uk, but Nominet have a silly rule that prevents anyone from having third level domains with only two characters :( But organisations as

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-23 Thread Dominic Mitchell
On Fri, Feb 23, 2001 at 10:15:27AM +, Michael Stevens wrote: On Fri, Feb 23, 2001 at 10:06:07AM +, Paul Mison wrote: On 22/02/2001 at 16:24 +, Dave Cross wrote: IIRC we also investigated the possibility of registering pm.org.uk, but Nominet have a silly rule that prevents

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-23 Thread Philip Newton
Jonathan Stowe wrote: I still have a bunch of e-mails from the guy who runs the islands ISP ... SPMcable? I actually think that it was worse than that - people had been using the .pm TLD and then AFNIC got a little eggy about it and stopped them. Which probably explains the number of IP

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-23 Thread Greg McCarroll
* Dave Hodgkinson ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Paul Mison [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On 22/02/2001 at 16:24 +, Dave Cross wrote: IIRC we also investigated the possibility of registering pm.org.uk, but Nominet have a silly rule that prevents anyone from having third level domains

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-23 Thread Robin Szemeti
On Fri, 23 Feb 2001, you wrote: Has anyone yet called French a glue language for English? ahh ... but what it boils down to is you are indulging in a little horse play at the expense of our Gallic freinds. it is amusing to make thes little remarks on the hoof is it not? .. -- Robin

RE: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-23 Thread Robin Szemeti
On Fri, 23 Feb 2001, you wrote: From: Robin Szemeti [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Has anyone yet called French a glue language for English? ahh ... but what it boils down to is you are indulging in a little horse play at the expense of our Gallic freinds. it is amusing to make thes

No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-22 Thread Philip Newton
-frog-speakers, Babelfish offers the following translation: The pm is not yet open; we do not know the rules yet to have a pm but it will be managed by the AFNIC. The AFNIC manages only the fr for the moment. So, no http://london.pm/ right now :-( But maybe in the future![1] Philip Newton

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-22 Thread Richard Clamp
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 05:07:31PM +0100, Philip Newton wrote: So, no http://london.pm/ right now :-( But maybe in the future![1] Deja-Vu. We (being other people on the list, and not actually me) tried this about 2 years ago, with almost exactly the same results. Back then they were going

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-22 Thread Dave Cross
At Thu, 22 Feb 2001 16:12:23 +, Richard Clamp [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 05:07:31PM +0100, Philip Newton wrote: So, no http://london.pm/ right now :-( But maybe in the future![1] Deja-Vu. We (being other people on the list, and not actually me) tried

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-22 Thread David Cantrell
On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 04:12:23PM +, Richard Clamp wrote: On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 05:07:31PM +0100, Philip Newton wrote: So, no http://london.pm/ right now :-( But maybe in the future![1] Deja-Vu. We (being other people on the list, and not actually me) tried this about 2 years

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-22 Thread Leon Brocard
Philip Newton sent the following bits through the ether: Someone brought up the possibility of the domain name london.pm. On a... related... topic: http://paris.mongueurs.net/ Leon -- Leon Brocard.http://www.astray.com/

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-22 Thread Philip Newton
Leon Brocard wrote: On a... related... topic: http://paris.mongueurs.net/ Wow. I especially like the second paragraph. It seemed like an exercise in "how many times can we fit the words qw[Paris France Perl] into three sentences". But the final sentence appears to bear them out :-) Cheers,

Re: No http://london.pm/ :-(

2001-02-22 Thread Philip Newton
Dave Cross wrote: IIRC we also investigated the possibility of registering pm.org.uk, but Nominet have a silly rule that prevents anyone from having third level domains with only two characters :( You could try pm.org. Oh, wait, you've already got that ;). Cheers, Philip -- Philip Newton