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[rpd] RPD : Prolicy proposal "Internet Number Resources review by AFRINIC" informations update
benjamin.lodoh at gmail.com
Fri Apr 12 15:50:02 UTC 2019
Thank you for your response. It is good to apologize when you have made
mistake. It is noble when avoid them and especially for someone like you
who was a co-chair from a community like RIPE, correct me if I am wrong.
To the attention of our co-chairs: if Sander erred and has to render
several apologies, hence humiliating himself, it is because you have failed
to carry out the job you have offered yourself voluntarily to do. As
rightly postulated by Aristotle “horror vacui” (Nature Abhors a Vacuum), it
is your inaction or lack of dynamism and focus in managing the affairs of
RPD which has led Sander to assume your duties.
What a shame! Sit up and do thing right for this community.
Enjoy your week,
On Fri, Apr 12, 2019 at 11:44 AM Sander Steffann <sander at steffann.nl> wrote:
> Hi Benjiloh,
> > From extract 1
> > Are you now the moderator or co-chair managing the RPD mailing list?
> > Is it the message of Owen being discussed or the review policy?
> Sorry, old habits die hard :) You are right, my comments should have come
> from the co-chairs.
> > From extract 1 and 2
> > If you have no interest in the policy itself, why are you focusing on
> the content of Owen's message?
> Because Owen was making important points, and I want to encourage that.
> This policy itself isn't important to me, but productive messages deserve
> > From extract 1 and 3
> > The impartiality you are preaching in the extract 3 is contradicted by
> the directive you gave in extract 1 since you have ignored the policy
> itself and focused on the message of Owen - in the extract 1. I am a bit
> confuse. Could you please clarify this?
> I was thinking too much from the point of view of a co-chair, out of
> habit. That is not my role in this working group and I apologise for that.
> > From extract 4
> > Are you insinuating that there is no mechanism in AFRINIC community to
> make policy? I am asking this question because I have the feeling that
> policies that are currently in place have been adopted through
> inappropriate mechanism.
> Not at all! Afrinic has been making policies for a long time, and the
> mechanism is totally appropriate. I simply wanted to emphasise the good
> contributions and discourage personal attacks. But you are right in
> previous points: that should be done by the co-chairs, and it isn't my role
> here, so I apologise for that.
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