"Smart" hands around Dulles airport / northern VA.
jim.h.willis at gmail.com
Sat Jan 17 09:37:30 CST 2009
Q: What! Are you crazy? I'd never let a stranger into my cage!
A: Huh, neither would I, but some people are less paranoid than us and / or
know and trust me."
I wouldn't allow my wife in my cage let alone a stranger and I hope my
colo would deny you both as well!!! I suppose this may be useful for some as
there have been two responses to your initial posting however, we use locked
cabinets and cages for a reason. I can appreciate wanting to return the
trust and community to the industry even though the outlook looks bleak on
On Sat, Jan 17, 2009 at 10:56 PM, Brandon Galbraith <
brandon.galbraith at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 1/16/09, Warren Kumari <warren at kumari.net> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > This is a mail that I have been meaning to send ever since I moved back
> > the NoVA area, but have only gotten around to now...
> > Many years ago I used to provide emergency, smart hands type assistance
> > those in need, but had to give this up when I moved out of the area.
> > I'm back and am willing to start doing this again....
> > This is primarily for those cases where you would normally have to fly
> > someone out to have them replace a line-card or two, hook up a few
> > maybe swap a disk in an array, etc. This is not for those cases where you
> > simple need someone to push the reset button, nor for rebuilding your
> > cage from scratch...
> > Anyway, if you have gear here and think that you might need to take me up
> > on this, drop me a mail and I'll give you my direct contact info...
> > If you like this idea, and are willing to also provide this sort of thing
> > to the community (either in this, or in another area), please let me know
> > I'll look into setting up a website / mailing list / something...
> What Warren said. I'm in the Chicagoland area.
> Brandon Galbraith
> Voice: 630.400.6992
> Email: brandon.galbraith at gmail.com
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