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Re: Message from "Jeff Williams" [Re: Fallacy by Kurt (was Re: IPv6 Policy Clarification - Initial allocation criteria "d)")]
Joe and all,
I am not a pseudonym.
See for instance:
So this is just one of Brian's terribly unfortunate methods of attempting
to justify his ego, IMHO...
Joe Touch wrote:
> I've come across the posts of many trolls, many of whom waste time. Is
> there some reason you believe Jeff Williams is more of a pseudonym than
> any of the other trolls?
> I.e., if you're going to make that accusation (of pseudonym), please
> include the reasons for the accusation.
> Brian E Carpenter wrote:
> > Joe,
> > Nobody has ever traced the person behind "Jeff Williams". I'm
> > surprised you haven't come across his or her output before.
> > I make no apology for attempting to prevent him or her
> > wasting our time, as he or she has wasted time of many other
> > IETF WGs in the past.
> > Brian
> > Joe Touch wrote:
> >> Brian,
> >> If someone is posting under a pseudonym, please indicate who you
> >> believe the real author is and why.
> >> As to whether to reply, I would prefer that you let the WG decide that
> >> for themselves. Blackballing posters is an extreme measure, and
> >> shouldn't be done unless absolutely necessary. Besides, trolls are
> >> everywhere.
> >> Joe
> >> Brian E Carpenter wrote:
> >>> It's interesting that the person who writes under the pseudonym
> >>> "Jeff Williams" has start sending his or her usual nonsense to
> >>> the multi6 list. I advise everybody to not waste their time
> >>> reading messages from "Jeff Williams", and above *do not*
> >>> respond, because we know from experience that even more
> >>> nonsense comes back as a result.
> >>> Brian
> >>> Jeff Williams wrote:
> >>> <blah blah blah>
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