Could the IETF mailing-list be moderated for off-topics comments ?
The board of trustee of the ISOC is international.
The joining of the IETF is open and major standard are coming from the
IETF and are created by people all over the world.
Limiting network by boundaries is like limiting software by patents.
Your opinion is your opinion, but please stop to use IETF as a media.
On Fri, 19 Oct 2001, Jim Fleming wrote:
----- Original Message -----
From: "TOMSON ERIC" <Eric(_dot_)Tomson(_at_)siemens(_dot_)atea(_dot_)be>
2.Stop advertising America ; the Internet has not been limited to American
users for years now (*).
In my opinion, the reverse is the case. I believe that it is time
for non-U.S. citizens to be identified as such on America's Internet
and they should not be allowed to freely use America's Internet to
market their protocols and other developments without the proper
customs clearances and work visas. Americans have let their guard
down, they have been far too polite. It is time to close the network
borders and make them as secure as the physical borders.
The Next Generation Internet will be built in America, by Americans, for
You are welcome to attempt to fly here and clear immigrations to see what it
You are also welcome to continue to play with the "toy" IPv4 technology.
The "toy" IPv4 Internet is a sewer.
IPv8 is designed to be a swamp to cover the sewer.
IPv16 is the "high-ground"....
...here are some links...
Mars 128n 128e