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Re: Moratorium on Hari Discussion


I have to agree with you.  While there may 
have been some statements made which go beyond
the scope of a purely technical discussion,
most of us are smart enough to discount those 
emotional issues and focus on the technical and
logical merits of the discussion.  I see no reason
to halt the progress of this debate.

Pat Gilliland


At 07:46 AM 11/30/99 -0700, you wrote:
>why?  while i haven't followed every last word, and while there may be
some unusual
>behind-the-scenes discussion, i (for one) haven't seen a serious problem.
>Jonathan Thatcher wrote:
>> At the mutual request of Geoff Thompson and myself, we would like to ask
>> parties to abide a temporary moratorium on all reflector discussion
>> regarding Hari. I have requested that Geoff intervene and mediate this
>> discussion.
>> We understand that this is highly irregular (and in at least my experience,
>> unprecedented).
>> Unfortunately, Geoff is temporarily (hardware issues) unable to access the
>> reflector messages, and unable to bring himself up to speed. The moratorium
>> is therefore requested until such time as Geoff can capture the gist of the
>> "discussion," contact the various participants, and attempt to resolve the
>> non-technical issues blocking our path to progress.
>> Respectfully,
>> Jonathan Thatcher