[routing-wg] BGP Update Report

Don Gould don at bowenvale.co.nz
Sat Oct 15 23:13:33 CDT 2011


I agree with Skeeve that it hits a number of lists, but I think that is 
a good thing and is of value.

I agree with others who have said that there is any amount of worthless 
noise on lists and we can just filter if not required.

Personally iirc, it was this content that led me to find Geoff's web 
site and follow on to a number of other very useful resources when I 
first started learning about this space.

We need to remember that not every person in this space enters from 
University but some migrate to it because of other drivers.

Hence some of these resources, that those of you with decades of 
experience, wonder about the value of, actually have far more value than 
just their core content.  (Hope that makes sense.).

D

On 16/10/2011 4:48 p.m., Skeeve Stevens wrote:
> I read them all too.
>
> BUT, I get some 5 or 6 copies of them from all the lists I am on.  I would rather subscribe to a list that was just for those.
>
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> On 16/10/11 7:24 AM, "Lynda"<shrdlu at deaddrop.org<mailto:shrdlu at deaddrop.org>>  wrote:
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> On 10/15/2011 4:26 AM, Geoff Huston wrote:
> While I am at it, does anyone read this report, or is this weekly report also just part of the spam load on this list?
>
> I read both of them, and also the Weekly Routing Report. I will regret
> the loss, and consider all three to be far more valuable than 90% of the
> traffic on the list.
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