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[rpd] Blocks for code of conduct violation

abel ELITCHA kmw.elitcha at
Fri Aug 4 08:36:29 UTC 2017

Noah and Christian are perfectly right!

If moderation should be, it should be fair un-selective and impartial. I
absolutely disagree with your latter statement therefore therefore.

2017-08-04 8:04 GMT+00:00 Noah <noah at>:

> On 4 Aug 2017 10:54 a.m., "Christian Ahiauzu" <christian.ahiauzu at uniport.
>> wrote:
> Dear CEO,
> Your action is a welcome development and I must applaud it. However, I
> think its a little belated.
> I don't know how possible that is, but I believe that either you or the
> rest of AfriNIC staff have been following all lists. If so, you will agree
> with me that a lot of violation of the code of conduct document you quoted
> has been going on with no action taken by AfriNIC. There has probably been
> words far worst than this one sited. And by the way, unnecessarily lengthy
> right ups are also a violation.
> I would therefore appeal to you, so your action is not misjudged. How
> about making a solid proclamation that henceforth all such violations of
> misconduct will no longer be tolerated. After this proclamation, you can
> then start monitoring the list and carrying out the necessary action
> required. At this, no one will look at it as though you were particular
> about a person. This is just my humble appeal. Kindly consider.
> Hi Alan
> On this one I have to agree with Christian. The intension is good but it
> also seems like selective persecution.
> I can go into the archives and pull out all sorts of crazy words that have
> been used on this list and goodness you will be suprised how many get under
> moderation especially those who are quick to call for or invoke the CoC.
> Cheers,
> Noah
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