Wed Jun 29 20:44:04 UTC 2005
> Unless someone thinks it is a bad idea, I will changed tactics to > blacklist the address blocks of such ISPs for the public DCC servers. > I will send a couple of reports over a couple weeks, and then add to > the blacklist. Perhaps when those or other end users find little or > no joy from current public DCC servers, they will complain to their > ISPs or the perpetrator of the broken code and someone will fix the > broken code, recall it, or at least accept responsibility for it. because this just escalates to fingerpointing, the end result will be a black eye for DCC, and a number of potential users going elsewhere, and irresponsible ISP's, as has ever been the case, getting away free. i think you might want to do something more insideous than blacklisting, which is ignore all checksums you're sent from these address blocks, and always respond with MANY when asked a question from these address blocks.
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