DB consistancy checking tools
Matthew Robinson matthew at planet.net.uk
Tue Apr 18 13:36:48 CEST 2000
Firstly my sincere apologies for not sorting something out earlier. I've spent most of my time either building networks or looking after my son Lewis, born 26/03/2000 (two weeks late), weighing 5450g or 12lbs 4oz (I like to over engineer)! The hospital didn't include any instructions and despite several detailed searches I have been unable to locate either a RIPE document or RFC detailed care of a newborn baby! Are people still interested in the idea of a users forum as described below and should we try to have a BoF in Budapest or do we still need more of an list based discussion? -----Original Message----- From: Wilfried Woeber, UniVie/ACOnet [mailto:woeber at cc.univie.ac.at] Sent: 20 January 2000 14:55 To: matthew at planet.net.uk Cc: lir-wg at ripe.net; db-wg at ripe.net; woeber at cc.univie.ac.at Subject: RE: DB consistancy checking tools Matthew, I think this is an interesting proposal: >I have been wondering recently whether a separate group should be set up for >the sole purpose of creating tools/advise/methods/hints 'n' tips for LIR's >to keep on top of their entries and make management easier. A sort of RIPE >users working group not concerned with designing objects for the database >but how to put existing objects in it, remove them, manage them, etc. > >My 2c > >Matthew To start things moving, could you come up with a coarse draft of ideas and short-term goals to take up? On the more formal side, one of the possible solutions to accomodate that activity might be to create a TaskForce to work on well-defined items during RIPE35 (do you intend to particpate?). This TF might be supported by both LIR and DB, or sponsored by whichever group is seen to be appropriate...
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