[Nanog-futures] New Membership-WG Draft

Leslie leslie at craigslist.org
Wed Oct 27 19:23:23 UTC 2010


You can have student pricing and members without needing a separate 
class of membership.  Education is useful even for existing network 
engineers.

Leslie

On 10/27/10 12:02 PM, Daniel Golding wrote:
>
> I suspect the board will set some kind of a discount for students.
> Personally, I would support a very large discount for full time students.
>
> That being said, I'm also a bit disappointed that the specific student
> membership didn't survive. I think the educational mission is extremely
> important from both an altruistic and a business point of view (business
> == our real businesses, not NANOG).
>
> - Dan
>
> On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 1:36 PM, Chris Malayter <chris at terahertz.net
> <mailto:chris at terahertz.net>> wrote:
>
>     Kris,
>
>     Could you outline the changes for those who might not have seen the
>     original bylaws yet.
>
>     Two issues I have,
>
>     1) The ED has to be a member in good standing?  So he has to pay to be a
>     member to keep his job? :)
>
>     2) I'm not sure how happy I am to see student memberships gone.  I like
>     the idea that a student could pay a reduced fee to be a member, yes I do
>     realize that the student can still attend the meeting without
>     membership.
>     It's not really a deal closer for me.
>
>     For what it's worth.
>
>     -Chris
>
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