[lir-wg] DNSSEC training WHY?
John M. Brown john at chagres.net
Thu Aug 15 16:01:11 CEST 2002
Stephen, I think you are missing the point. I would not expect the RIR's to teach about C++, Apache, etc.. Bringing courses out on new, relevant topics, new adopted protocols or BCP's is well within the RIR charter, IMHO.. I'm exiting the conversation as it seems to now be thrashing.... john brown speaking for himself > -----Original Message----- > From: owner-lir-wg at ripe.net [mailto:owner-lir-wg at ripe.net] On > Behalf Of Stephen Burley > Sent: Thursday, August 15, 2002 7:04 AM > To: m.hallgren at free.fr; local-lir at ripe.net > Cc: Lir-Wg at Ripe.Net > Subject: Re: [lir-wg] DNSSEC training WHY? > > > > > > > I think (personally, and also hope that RIPE community think) that > > it's pretty much in line with the idea of a community > organization to > > propose such training... > > I agree but we do not foot the bill, because if thats the > case where does it stop as i feel i would like a free course > in XML, bluetooth, c++, oracle, sybase, apache, tomcatand the > list goes on. If this is whats needed then another > organisation needs to be created to meet this need, the NCC > is our RIR not our free internet education tool. > > > > for the benefit of future operation. > > > > Kind regards > > > > Michael > > > > -- > > Michael Hallgren, http://m.hallgren.free.fr/, MH2198-RIPE > > (ex-Teleglobe, BB Eng., peering, and such.) > > > > > > >Regards, > > > > > >Stephen Burley > > >WorldCom EMEA Hostmaster > > >SB855-RIPE > > > > >
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