Re: [perpass] [removed] metrics

SM <> Thu, 31 October 2013 15:48 UTC

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At 07:13 29-10-2013, Tony Rutkowski wrote:
>The metrics below are useful in
>analyzing the dynamics of the group.
>It certainly gets a gold star for diversity.
>For those considering ID definitions,
>the one below is available for use.
>[removed]: usually, a paranoid
>person stroking their keyboard to send
>message on perpass email list beating
>up on NSA and offering some mitigating
>scheme in an attempt to prevent traffic

The above is part of the message with msg-id:  Somebody considered the message was 
offensive.  I did not catch which part might be considered as 
offensive at first.  I read the message again.  In my humble opinion 
the word marked as [removed] in the above is highly unusual for an 
IETF mailing list.