[NA-Discuss] Election Update - Chair
Jeff.Neuman at neustar.us
Thu Jun 27 00:41:10 UTC 2013
In all fairness there was activity on this mailing list from list from Eric which i agree was inappropriate and violated all standards of decorum which we all expect out of our community. I agree that an apology should have been sent at that time at a minimum. Making light of the situation, in my opinion, is a sign of disrespect for the party that filed the complaint, who had every right to do so at the time.
I am not going to say whether banning someone from the list is the right consequence, but the leaders made that call. If Eric did not agree, he could have appealed them then. But I still have those emails from March 9th when those comments were made, and they were completely out of line. To make light of the situation or to ignore that behavior is to encourage the type of bullying behavior that we teach our kids every day not to tolerate.
I am sure now that I have weighed in on this, I too will be attacked, and many of you will tell me I should not have contributed to this discussion. But I feel like it was important to defend the person that filed the complaint.
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On Jun 26, 2013, at 8:04 PM, "Kieren McCarthy" <kieren at dot-nxt.com> wrote:
>> I can't wait to see what happens if we elect someone who can't post to
> the mailing list.
> Presumably he would be able to reinstate himself and then insist that those
> who took him off the list apologize to him before they can come back...
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> On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 4:55 PM, Bret Fausett <bfausett at internet.law.pro>wrote:
>>> No, that is a separate matter.
>> I can't wait to see what happens if we elect someone who can't post to the
>> mailing list.
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