Re: namedroppers mismanagement, continued
I am not on the ietf or iesg list. I don't know if this will go through to
While DJB may also have some subscription issue, that is not the
It seems from your comments below, that you think that Randy isn't
manually blocking/forwarding messages from subscribed addresses. However,
that it not true.
The real problem is that Randy sometimes don't post messages from people
he doesn't like or on topics he has an interest in, even when they are
posted from subscribed addresses. This has happened to me several times.
One of the occasions where it happened to me is documented on Bernstein's
web page. It has probably happened many more times that haven't made it
on DJB's webpage.
There seems to be no reason that Randy should set himself up as a
moderator, or any reason whatsoever there should be any manual
intervention on posting from subscribed addresses. Do you agree?
On Wed, 27 Nov 2002, Olafur Gudmundsson wrote:
On 27 Nov 2002, D. J. Bernstein wrote:
[ post by non-subscriber. with the massive amount of spam, it is easy to
miss and therefore delete mis-posts. your subscription address is
please post from it or
fix subscription your subscription address! ]
Once again: Bush is (1) subjecting a huge number of legitimate messages
to manual review and (2) silently discarding many of these legitimate
messages, apparently at a rate of hundreds per year (not counting mine).
All you need to do is ONE of the following:
Use the same subcription address and posting address
Ask Randy to put your posting address on the approved posters
Both #1 and #2 are unacceptable. I want the manual reviews _eliminated_.
If a message isn't posted immediately, it must be bounced, with a clear
explanation of how to have it posted without Bush's intervention.
The ONLY reason there is manual review is because you are not
addhearing to the protocol for posting to the mailing list.
If the IETF documentation doesn't make sufficiently clear that Bush's
behavior is unacceptable, that documentation also has to be fixed.
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