good cabling in real environments [Re: Request for submissions:messy cabling and other broken things]
Laurence F. Sheldon, Jr.
larrysheldon at cox.net
Wed Dec 17 17:23:48 UTC 2003
Pekka Savola wrote:
> Now, we've seen a few pics of "good" cabling as well.
> However, I'm forced to ask which kind of "good cabling" is possible in
> a dynamic environment when you plug in/out, change, etc. the cables.
> This seems to invariably lead to total chaos :-).
Just one opinion.....
If you have an operation with some discipline, in an environment
where the exercise of discipline is enabled by planning, forethought,
and the expenditure of more than the bare minimum needed to look like
you are on the air, it is easy.
That is somewhat like saying "If you get to the top of Mount
Everest, taking pictures of the Himilayas is easy.
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