[Nanog-futures] The Peering BOF and the Fallout?

vijay gill vgill at vijaygill.com
Sun Feb 24 09:19:23 UTC 2008


On 2/24/08, Chris Malayter <chris at terahertz.net> wrote:
>
> Greetings All,
>
> What's the deal with the Peering BOF for NY?  I've heard rumors running
> wild
> that we're not going to have one, we're going to have one but Bill isn't
> going
> to run it, to we're moving to a peering track and a track bases system.
>
> I would like to know what's the deal and would like to throw my support
> behind
> Bill for the 17 BOF's that he's done so far.  I think that kicking him out
> after all this time for a misplaced joke seems to be a bit over the top.
>
> If nothing else, I would imagine that the numbers continuing to grow over
> time
> should show that the interest has not been lost, and that the people like
> the
> format and the effort that Bill puts into it.



I would like the voice my support for the peering bof, it is by far the most
entertaining item at nanog. You cannot see this much level of fail in one
place, and for this reason alone, not only should it continue, the hours
should be expanded to cover a full day.

/vijay
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