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Re: Definition for "unattended operation"
On Sun, Feb 28, 1999 at 06:31:25AM -0600, Sean Donelan wrote: > As far as listing additional contact information in the WHOIS database. > I encourage providers to exchange contact information for the person(s) > who is knowledgeable about the process and emergency shutdown > procedures. However, I am beginning to think the WHOIS database > operated by NSI no longer best serves the network operation community. > I see little purpose in adding additional fields to a database which > is so full of useless information already. Listing good contact > information just results in those contacts becoming overwhelmed by > spammers, vigilantes and UUNET telemarketing. The occasional > appropriate message is likely to be lost, or not acted upon because > of contact fatigue. So, what do you suggest as an alternative? -- Steve Sobol [email protected] (AKA [email protected] and [email protected]) "The world is headed for mutiny/When all we want is unity" --Creed, "One"