20140703 I Have A New Technical RFC That I Wante

Keith I MyersKeith I Myers2014-07-03 21:52:42-0400 – Updated: 2014-07-03 21:52:42-0400I have a new technical RFC that I wanted to submit for a new naming standard for babies.

I would like to propose that all future names should be in the form of a FDQN or even a Canonical Hostname. The Hostname should end with .baby or .infant This will make it easier for several things including NSA Spying, Diaper Changing, Candy Making, Hair Cuts and Easter Egg Hunts.

For example, instead of naming a baby John Smith, you would either use baby.john.smith-family or john.smith-family.baby

That is all….I have a new technical RFC that I wanted to submit for a new naming standard for babies.

I would like to propose that all future names should be in the form of a FDQN or even a Canonical Hostname. The Hostname should end with .baby or .infant This will make it easier for several things including NSA Spying, Diaper Changing, Candy Making, Hair Cuts and Easter Egg Hunts.

For example, instead of naming a baby John Smith, you would either use baby.john.smith-family or john.smith-family.baby

That is all....

I have a new technical RFC that I wanted to submit for a new naming standard for babies.I would like to propose that all future names should be in the form of a FDQN or even a Canonical Hostname. The Hostname should end with .baby or .infant This will make it easier for several things including NSA Spying, Diaper Changing, Candy Making, Hair Cuts and Easter Egg Hunts.For example, instead of naming a baby John Smith, you would either use baby.john.smith-family or john.smith-family.babyThat is all….

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