[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 10:24:18 CEST 2003
On Wed, 13 Aug 2003, Hank Nussbacher wrote: > At 08:37 AM 13-08-03 +0100, Carlos Friacas wrote: > > >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? > > > > when i go to an MS course or a Cisco course, I do not expect your company > to partially fund my attendence. I fail to see how a newly trained LIR > benefits me - anymore so than a newly trained CCIE in some place 1000km > away might benefit me. > > -Hank That is pretty much my doubt... it is assumed that each LIR only pays for the training of *its own* staff??? -- i expect to read a YES soon. If a LIR has *one* person during 5 years doing RIPE work, it is expected that this person will attend trainings every year? -- as a recycling process? Shouldnt one LIR get a free registration to a meeting if anybody goes to training during a certain period? -- free registrations are provided to new LIRs, if im not mistaken... 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!"