[lir-wg] DNSSEC training WHY?
Peter B. Juul peter.juul at uni-c.dk
Thu Aug 15 13:39:48 CEST 2002
On Thu, Aug 15, 2002 at 01:28:00PM +0200, Pim van Pelt wrote: > May I ask what exactly is your problem with this type of education ? I guess it's the fact that all LIRs pay for what RIPE decides to do for "free". Personally, I think it's a good thing to have a free DNS course, as DNS servers are often horribly misconfigured and the way we use the net depend on them. The DNSSec et al however seems a tad exotic for a community funded course. > Perhaps it is tie that RIPE takes part in more training/education > aspects such as IPv6 deployment. Actually, a lot of RIPE meetings (every?) have a great IPv6 tutorial for just that purpose. I took part in the one in Prague at RIPE-40 and it gave me most of the background I needed to prepare for "my" networks participation in the 6net project. (It didn't prepare me for the anguish I would have to go through to actually _get_ IPv6 addresses, but that's another story.) Peter B. Juul, Uni·C (PBJ255-RIPE)
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