[ncc-services-wg] Re: [address-policy-wg] Re: ICANN vs RIPE NCC, was Re: Summary of the PI ......
Kurt Erik Lindqvist kurtis at kurtis.pp.se
Tue Aug 19 23:03:16 CEST 2003
>> 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. Hostmasters and LIR managers that understands the RIPE process well, and also gets training on how to run a LIR effectively helps the RIPE NCC off-load it's work, and should be considered as helping us save costs rather than contribute to them. - kurtis -