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Re: What have you done for me lately?
I belive it will take a volunteer effort ... --- On Wed, 21 May 1997 00:56:00 -0400 (EDT) Todd Graham Lewis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > For everyone bitching about the S/N on Nanog, I have a few questions: > > - Where's the "Official Nanog IGPs for Dummies" book? Some people have put together some good tutorial pages ... Check http://www.titania.net/ for some links to the few I know of .. I would be happy to send Merit an HTML copy for the NANOG pages (minus any commercial content). > - How about the virtual-RADB-workshop software for Windows and Linux, so > college students and waiters at cybercafe's can start practicing the > registering of their route objects? Download the software and run it at home ... ;-) > - "OpenIOS", the IOS clone for Unix that lets people practice router > configuration and monitoring w/o shelling out $1k for a 2501? This should be gated ... development and research licence is free ... just need to write the gated consortium. > - Where's the official Nanog "Reccommended Practices" archive, > encapsulating years of hard-won wisdom on the part of NANOs? Yeah ... the stuff you can hardly see between the flames. We need a few people to gleen the list and turn it into a web page. Perhaps the best ideas and hints of the year page. > Where are the mailing lists for these Nanog-sanctioned projects so I can > spend my evenings helping out instead of flaming lusers like Hurst on > Nanog? Got me ... > Does anyone give a shit about training the next generation of network > operators, or maybe increasing the clue factor of the present one? Yes. ... even training this generation. > ... Or > does my flaming Fleming wannabe's on Nanog reflect the generally cynical > attitude among members towards Nanog in general? > > -- > Todd Graham Lewis Perhaps Paul Vixie can lead the discussion on the last subject. ;-) or don't read postings with ^\@ or " ?" in them. -- From: Joseph T. Klein, Titania Corporation http://www.titania.net E-mail: email@example.com Sent: 00:47:17 CST/CDT 05/21/97 If the Internet stumbles, it will not be because we lack for technology, vision, or motivation. It will be because we cannot set a direction and march collectively into the future. -- http://info.isoc.org/internet-history/#Future - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -