AFR awards (was Best Government Web Site...)
Mon, 03 Aug 1998 19:33:48 +1000
In some ways, we may be premature in setting up a hall of fame,
with Geoff Houston excluded as he is the closest thing to a father
of the internet in oz. most sports etc go for many years before
the hall of fame bit, and if the answer is not obvious, maybe there
should be no one added until it is? after all, it is not an election
per se where someone has to win - sometimes you induct 2 or 3 people
at the same time, sometimes none.
for mine, it is too early for additions...
Rachel Polanskis wrote:
> On Mon, 3 Aug 1998, Glen Turner wrote:
> > Could I please nominate Robert Elz, for his work introducing
> > the Internet to Australia and his years of volunteer effort
> > on DNS -- both in its design and maintaining various
> > registries. Doubtless Link members can flesh out this
> > nomination if more information is required.
> Hmmm, I thought KRE was supposed to go into the Hall of Fame last time around
> but he declined.
> > IMHO, George McLaughlin of the AVCC also deserves a
> > guernsey, but it would be inappropiate for me to nominate
> > him.
> There's a lot of people out there contributing that none of us
> have even heard of yet - hacking away in back rooms, and getting on with
> it without anyone being aware until something breaks!
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