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Re: whois breakage
- From: Joshua Goodall
- Date: Tue Oct 24 16:50:54 2000
Spoof, noun, A humorous parody. I wasn't referring to spoofing
(generically, forging data)
Perhaps I should try to end this thread, having (hopefully) made my point,
which is presumably the same point that "terrorists.net" wanted to make,
about how the registry search should and should not behave.
On Tue, 24 Oct 2000, Matthew S. Hallacy wrote:
> It's not a 'spoofed' entry, it's a nameserver entry.
> On Tue, 24 Oct 2000, Joshua Goodall wrote:
> > I would contend that it *is* broken, because it doesn't DWIM (I can see
> > people pouting already), and that there should be an implied $ on the end
> > of any search-string, since dns become more specific to the left.
> > I don't see an argument in favour of free-form searches in this database.
> > Spoof entries like these, however, are an argument against them.
> > J