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Re: level3.net in Chicago - high packet loss?!?
- From: Scott Altman
- Date: Tue Sep 06 13:12:52 2005
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Apparently it's just you.
Nice job on taking an on-topic discussion and then flaming the original
poster who (based on my personal subjective read of the responses) was
geninuinely asking for assistance and appears to have gleaned some
value from this thread and got her client's service restored.
Consider the value of your post prior to doing it.
For those asking me to do the same, the value is to bring more
attention to the lack of moderated influence on nanog. While
recognizing it is nobody's full-time job to baby-sit this forum, I find
that posts from the steering committee are generall heeded.
Further, attacking those looking for help in no way aides the network
community as a whole and you present yourself as elitist. People
may be misguided and may be off topic, but helping them get where they
are trying to go is our job in many levels.
My apologies for providing troll food.
On 9/6/05, Alexander Koch <email@example.com> wrote:
Oh, yes. Is it just me, or did this read as: "Bah! But I was
right anyway, all you suckers!"
Go on, amuse the crowd.