[ncc-services-wg] Re: [address-policy-wg] Re: ICANN vs RIPE NCC, was Re: Summary of the PI ......
Carlos Friacas cfriacas at fccn.pt
Wed Aug 13 09:37:07 CEST 2003
On Wed, 13 Aug 2003, Hank Nussbacher wrote: > On Tue, 12 Aug 2003, Peter Galbavy wrote: > > > Stephen Burley wrote: > > > 1.registry services (good and timely) > > > 2. database repository (and related DB functions) > > > 3. Training services (mainly for new LIR's to get them up to speed) > > > 4. RIPE meeting organization > > > > I agree with 1-3. I think 4 should be a "spare time" activity or one > > organised by an EU Internet "club". If 4 can be done part time by *one* > > person, then I am happy to pay for my part of the time. > > i agree with 1+2+4. 3 should be covered on a cost basis by the attendees. > if the cost of a training session is 5000euro (room, lunch, instructor > time, etc) and 25 attend, then the cost should be 200euro per attendee, > with no affect on the overall ncc budget. Hello. In the first moment, this proposal would prevent people that doesnt go to training sessions to pay it. This would benefit the people in some smaller/far away countries if the NCC wouldnt have a program all around its service region... I dont know if im right, but i figure, that the main idea for everybody to pay for the training is getting everybody trained -- as it is included. I only see one aspect/situation against it: a trained LIR person exchanges jobs, going into a company that will manage a new LIR. In this case should this LIR pay for the training of its already-trained human resource? Or it is paying for the training that person got some time ago? About this topic, i have a positive feeling about the recent extending of training courses to DNS-SEC and RRC by the NCC. > > Peter > > > > Hank Nussbacher Regards, ./Carlos "Upgrade the Internet! -- Now!" -------------- [http://www.ip6.fccn.pt] http://www.fccn.pt <cfriacas at fccn.pt>, CMF8-RIPE, CF596-ARIN, Wide Area Network Workgroup FCCN - Fundacao para a Computacao Cientifica Nacional fax:+351 218472167 "Internet is just routes (125953/461), naming (millions) and... people!"