Rules against links or certain links?
freaknetboy at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 11 14:53:04 UTC 2010
I can't speak to your question, as I'm not a list administrator nor do I know
However, as a list member/consumer, I do appreciate the tools people share on
this list: free or pay.
In fact, I use many of them as audit tools for DNS misconfigurations.
I find that using a 3rd party tool helps to mitigate finger pointing. That is,
I can share a link to a tool which spells out what is wrong and share with the
appropriate fix agents.
"Please see that ABC and DEF dns tools are showing the same issues I am seeing,
so the problem is not limited a specific area".
That said, perhaps list admins can chime in and tell us how we can share links
without them to be considered spam (?)
My two cents.
>From: "Lightner, Jeff" <jlightner at water.com>
>To: bind-users at lists.isc.org
>Sent: Thu, November 11, 2010 9:07:19 AM
>Subject: Rules against links or certain links?
>I’ve noticed a couple of times on this list that if I post links for certain on
>line sites with free tools like whois that they never seem to make it to the
>Is there some prohibition against posting those links that would cause them to
>be filtered out? I know at least one of them also has pay services but it does
>provide free services including whois. Today I specifically didn’t post that
>one but another one that (so far as I know) is all free yet it hasn’t appeared
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