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Re: Kremen's Buddy?
Le 2006-09-12 à 19:52, Richard A Steenbergen a écrit :
Ever notice the only folks happy with the status quo are the few who haveNo, I haven't noticed that. I have noticed people popping up and saying "so long as you supply the documentation that they ask for, it's pretty easy", however, which certainly matches my experience.
Try looking at it from an outsider's point of view instead. If you're newThings that you've never done before can seem difficult. Film at 11.
It's confusing to me that there appears to be no shortage of people who are prepared to learn the three hundred ways of doing the same thing with perl, or how to dissect a core dump, or how BGP works, but who at the same time are not interested in reading the ARIN policy manual before making a request for resources.
Learning curves abound in every direction. The ARIN process is by far the easiest of those examples to get to grips with from someone who has no prior experience.
In any kind of free market system, competition would have bitchslapped theI'm not an economist, and this is not a policy list, so I have nothing to say about that here.