Totally agree with your view, sorry if I was too much rude.
But the result is that today the network is working better than never !
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nathaniel Borenstein" <nsb(_at_)guppylake(_dot_)com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2003 8:55 AM
Subject: Re: IETF58 - Network Status - 12:05PM Local Time
It sounds to me like this at least as likely to be caused by
cluelessness as malice. If we eventually want a world where networks
this big are everywhere, we can't afford to blame the users for
cluelessness when those networks break, especially since the average
user in that future will be at least *slightly* more clueless than the
average IETF attendee.
And if it's this easy to mess up maliciously, well.... maybe we should
be commissioning an IETF police force that will develop the tools to
track down the offending laptops in real time and pour diet Coke in
their network cards? -- Nathaniel
On Mon, 10 Nov 2003, JORDI PALET MARTINEZ wrote:
Is a very bad behavior from some people that it seems don't know how
to use their own computer.
I will say that this people should pay 5 times the normal fee in the
next IETF meeting, because the big number of troubles that they create
to the rest of the participants.
We all have a lot of work to do, and can't waste our time because this
Sorry, but is what I feel right now, after spending 2 hours trying to
get my email.
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