[Community-Discuss] [members-discuss] AFRINIC Update 23rd November 2015

Badru Ntege ntegeb at gmail.com
Mon Nov 23 20:08:16 UTC 2015


You obviously have a limited understanding of the history. Lusaka was my first board and the results being reported were for a budget I inherited.  For decisions made by a previous board with the best of intentions. 

If you read clearly my emails which I'm sure you have not you will see that half if not the majority of your email with all due respect is baseless. 

I will thus not continue on personalisation since I do not recall any personalisation.  Please go back and read all the emails very slowly. I have utmost respect for the individuals but does not mean you cannot point out what is wrong. 

Your email is exactly the problem. Afrinic does not belong to any of us we will come and go and others will continue but when you think you cannot separate individual from the roles they do then we end up accepting everything for fear of hurting people's feelings. 

Just take your time and read all the emails please the comment. 

Badru Ntege
NFT Consult Ltd 

“Vision without execution is hallucination.” 
― Thomas A. Edison

> On 23 Nov 2015, at 10:35 pm, Saul <saul at enetworks.co.za> wrote:
> Badru, I can no longer refrain from commenting at your constant berating,
> non-constructive posts, waste of bandwidth, time and being critical of the
> board, community and its processes - something that you were in charge of
> until just short of a year ago and then still on the board until the last
> elections (6 months ago)- so this is something that you are very
> responsible for. 
> You are constantly making accusations against members of the board in this
> public forum and with non-public knowledge and then plead NDA when asked
> for fact to backup your allegations.
> You are now alluding to your prowess at running a multi million dollar
> company, I refer you back to the Lusaka AGMM where AFRINIC, under your
> leadership ran at a loss and the financials were late. When questioned
> about what you were going to do to rectify the issue, the response was, we
> don't need to do anything different. Funny thing those financials have
> always been a sticky point recently... 
> maybe where there is smoke there is fire, so let's stop this non-sense,
> we're IT people, like logs, facts don't lie, so lets get these current,
> correctly  audited financials and see what status AFRINIC has been left
> in.
> I am not interested in a slinging match, so lets keep the mails on this
> list factual and constructive
> Saul
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Badru Ntege [mailto:badru.ntege at nftconsult.com] 
> Sent: 23 November 2015 05:01 PM
> To: Randy Bush <randy at psg.com>
> Cc: General Discussions of AFRINIC <community-discuss at afrinic.net>;
> AfriNIC Discuss <members-discuss at afrinic.net>
> Subject: Re: [Community-Discuss] [members-discuss] AFRINIC Update 23rd
> November 2015
> Hi Randy
> On 11/23/15, 5:17 PM, "Randy Bush" <randy at psg.com> wrote:
>>> :-) its because the packets are moving fantastically well, need to 
>>> get the layer 9 to the same level.
>> never happen.  layer nine involves all us overevolved funny monkeys.
>> but, as one of the folk who helped get into the current hole,
> Another valid purely subjective view.  One would have to understand all
> the dynamics but that would be very difficult in a world of limited
> transparency thus your subjective view is based on the pre-edited
> information that you have access to.
> So if one really understands the causes as opposed to gueses based on a
> particular agenda we could be having additive discussions.  My emails try
> to be additive but if you look at the responses from the executive they
> never dissapoint at dragging the dialogue down. They have earned a record
> for consistency.
>> i am
>> always interested in your constructive suggestions on how to get out.
> Thank you. Just like many others I have a vested interest in the good of
> the community and will try my best.
>> i am not sure niggling about micro-timing of reports is attacking the 
>> roots of the problem.
> On the contrary it is the root of the problem. It all starts from the lack
> of order and dedication.  We leave in a world of last minute delivery. (on
> this one trust me I know.)  So we are ticking boxes without focusing on
> the core.
>> otoh, i do look forward to a thorough audit, governance committee, 
>> etc.
> We all do.  I hope your patience has the resilience needed for the current
> modus operandus. 
>> i am patient and i trust the current
>> executive.
>> randy
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