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Re: Obsolete bogon filtering
- From: Jay R. Ashworth
- Date: Sat Mar 12 12:03:53 2005
On Fri, Mar 11, 2005 at 10:36:28AM +0000, Michael.Dillon@radianz.com wrote:
> > 2. People would have a list of sites that were known to be of less
> > clue than most. This might help them make purchasing decisions in the
> > future.
> Are you suggesting that NANOG should publish a set
> of operational best practices and then only offer
> the NANOG seal of approval to companies which adhere
> to those best practices?
The Good Netkeeping Seal of Approval, yes.
> If there is one thing that will stop telecoms regulators
> from attempting to regulate the Internet, it is this.
> The technical term is "industry self regulation".
And it would have the side effect of assembling all of those best
practices in a central place where those occasaional operators of
really small networks (like me :-) who care what they are can
conveniently find them.
I'd recommend a wiki. Running MediaWiki.
But then, I recommend that for all centralized knowledge capture
Jay R. Ashworth email@example.com
Designer Baylink RFC 2100
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