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Adrian Kinderis
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Paul Wilson Jul 17
Congratulations your free in-flight wifi isn't all bad!
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 18
Great! It is needed now more than ever!
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 18
Looks like a few folks are getting behind this! Go on. A donation is support for a transparent and open internet with bottom up management and representation. auDA SGM Legal Fees
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David Goldstein Jul 17
Swiss registry, , develops means of counting top 1,000 .ch based on a count of the unique IP addresses that query a certain domain
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 17
Check it out! 'auDA SGM Legal Fees' - via
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 17
Yep. and @chrisleptos are listening... we will talk at the stakeholders but not let them speak to us... should be an engaging and transparent SGM then 😐😐
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 17
"I know that Mr Boardman has a deep respect for the multi-stakeholder model, indeed he says it is the foundation on which auDA is constituted". Are you fucking kidding me? The wouldn't know the "multi-stakeholder if it stood up in his porridge!
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 17
Clearly this all aimed at me @chrisleptos! Defensive much?
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 17
So much to say about this rhetotic from "Chairman" @chrisleptos of "I can assure you that auDA is listening to its mbrs and stkeholders at both mgt level and board level" How have you listened? Show me one action that is a result of listening?
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 14
How bad would it have to be before actually admitted there was a problem . I’m tipping it won’t ever happen. Can’t wait until they actually start allowing names to delete and drop. Let’s watch this bargain basement registry then!
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 14
If it wasn’t clear it is now. There was one reason for the transition of the .au registry to by and . It was for NONE of the reasons stated by @chrisleptos. It was simply for $$$$! And soon they will have the power to spend it however they like
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 14
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 14
So I guess a “go fuck yourself” is in order @chrisleptos
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 14
Listening ? “Who knows where this will all end. One thing is clear, Neustar/AR doesn't appear to have been the problem that AuDa made out. Their choices with the "superior infrastructure" and "24/7 support" of Afilias appear to be very misguided”.
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George Pongas Jul 13
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 12
And this is only the stuff by the folks not bound by confidentiality and that have been threatened by should they voice their concerns... mind you we wont hear a bad word about from now
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Eamon McGrath Jul 10
When someone asks me what I do for a job... What JPRS Does via
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 10
Replying to @DomainIncite @AUdomain
And cars...
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 10
Replying to @DomainIncite @AUdomain
Hence the argument about services and why I have been on auDA to back up statements about “better faster stronger”. It isn’t. You get what you pay for! *we* spent money on marketing. It was in our interest.We also had 45 staff locally. It costs money but in the public interest
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Adrian Kinderis Jul 10
Replying to @DomainIncite @AUdomain
Did you not see my previous tweet? I’ll repeat. Zero issue with Afilias. Have at it and good luck (just don’t bullshit about your capabilities like superior DNS resolution) It is auDA I am focussing on. Why do they need to have tripled their budget? Who said they needed it?
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