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[rpd] Re: [afnog] A typical case of abuse of our resources!!!
boubakarbarry at gmail.com
Sun Sep 21 15:11:16 UTC 2014
I wont accept to be dragged into an endless back and forth exchange of
posts nor to muddy paths, to be polite.
I made comments and suggestions based on what I read on the list, and
common sense dictates the need for AfriNIC to take action and bring all of
this to a satisfactory end for everyone, or at least for the
majority. They can be considred or ignored.
BTW, I have never pretented that I'm speaking on behalf of the
AfriNIC community; and those who know me well should know that I don't need
any kind of shield to express my views.
My last post on this.
On Sunday, September 21, 2014, Sunday Folayan <sfolayan at gmail.com> wrote:
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> On 21/09/2014 11:40, Boubakar Barry wrote:
> > Dear Adiel,
> > On Sat, Sep 20, 2014 at 8:41 PM, Adiel Akplogan <adiel at afrinic.net
> > wrote:
> >> This allocation has followed the same process and procedure as
> >> any other requests sent to the IP analysts. In term of
> >> application and interpretation of the current policy nothing in
> >> this one was different. I think the RS team will be sending all
> >> the clarifications on the process shortly.
> > Good; the sooner the better.
> It has already been provided. See and please please acknowledge
> Ernest's email, just for the records.
> >> Beyond that, I think there is a lot of emotional speculation that
> >> we need to avoid to be dragged into … as you said in the interest
> >> of the organisation.
> > Speculation is unavoidable if legitimate information/clarification
> > requests by members are not dealt with in a timely manner;
> > certainly something that needs to be fixed.
> Information must be routed correctly. Asking Board to clarify
> operational issues is obviously not right. Asking for customer details
> from the organization or peddling them is equally unethical.
> Individuals should put on their own hats, instead of hiding behind the
> community cloak. Lastly, let the community read the "Qualifications"
> in reports, and act on them without delay.
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