I don't think it's really worth cycles responding to those
who can't distinguish presentation, syntax, and semantics
from each other.
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Dave Crocker wrote:
At 07:20 PM 8/7/2002 -0700, Mohsen BANAN wrote:
The conclusion of that thread was that indeed
we have a genuine architectural DNS Notation Backwardsness
Given that the ordering for domain names is the same as for postal
addresses, you will no doubt also be seeking to have us write postal
addresses differently. After all, the problem for the paper world must be
even worse than the computer world, given that people typically write out
those postal strings.
ps. You have not yet provided the substantiation to your earlier claims
that I asked about. Going through the exercise of actually providing the
basis for a conclusion is a hassle, but it does improve the credibility of
the conclusion, don't you think?
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