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Date/Time: Wed, March 7, 2001 at 4:21 AM GMT
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Subject: best intentions


Actually, I'm being practical.

It accomplishes nothing to call someone a crook in a public forum. If they're honest, then you're accusing them unjustly and pissing them off, so they're not likely to help you. If they really are a crook, then you simply justify their actions.

Michael at says he's received e-mail from ICANN representatives saying that the original wording was an oversight. Fine by me, I'll take them at their word. Now that they are aware of the problem, they have the opportunity to fix it. If they do, that's wonderful! I'll thank them for addressing my concerns and we can get on with our lives. On the other hand, if they're aware of the problem but don't address it, then I'll feel justified in escalating to the next level. But in the meantime, I think it's fair to give someone the benefit of the doubt and the chance to fix the problem.

- Jeff


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