[Nanog-futures] level of fail [was: The Peering BOF and the Fallout?]

Christian Nielsen cnielsen at microsoft.com
Tue Feb 26 19:23:35 UTC 2008

>From personal experience, it is easier to attend Nanog 1000 miles away than 10 miles away. Work/Family pull me away when close to home.


From: Todd Underwood [todd-nanog at renesys.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2008 5:57 AM
To: vijay gill
Cc: Nanog Futures
Subject: Re: [Nanog-futures] level of fail [was: The Peering BOF and the        Fallout?]


On Mon, Feb 25, 2008 at 08:08:54PM -0800, vijay gill wrote:
>    The peering bof is a great medium for facilitating intercommunication in a
>    semi structured environment, interactivity is high, and frankly, the
>    peering bof is one of the large unstated reason I come to NANOG
> at all.

hrm.  just a quick reality check.  that reason is now stated :-) and
you *didn't* attend this past nanog when it was <10 miles away from
where you live.  right?

i just want to make sure your comments are put in perspective.  i
don't even necessarily disagree with the content.


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