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Re: Statements against new.net?
- From: Havard Eidnes
- Date: Tue Mar 13 20:25:18 2001
> > I fail to see how RFC2826 is in any way "political". Upon
> > careful re-reading it boils down to:
> > If you use one root, everybody agrees what things look like.
> > If you use multiple roots, what people will see depends on
> > which root they ask.
> > How is this political?
> It becomes political when it goes beyond those two statements
> and says "Since these two statements are true, everyone should
> use one root."
I disagree. If you accept the premise of the RFC, which is that
the goal is to be able to communicate effectively, then this is a
natural consequence of the first two statements, as explained in
> It becomes completely political when it expands that to
> encompass the concept of "ICANN root is the one true root.
> Thou shall have no other root before me."
Chapter and verse, please. You must be reading something I don't; I
can't find any statements in there which says this.