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Michael.Dillon at Michael.Dillon at
Fri Sep 22 09:11:20 UTC 2006

> i've
> assumed that the hardcore bgp engineering community now meets elsewhere.

Or perhaps BGP engineering hasn't changed in so many years
that it is now more than adequately covered by books,
certificate courses, and internal sharing of expertise.
Lists are good for things that are new or confusing or
difficult. BGP no longer fits into those categories.

> (c) the flames completely outweigh gadi's own original posts,

Words of wisdom. I was wondering when someone
would point this out.

> and (d) some of
> the folks lurking here actually tell me that they benefit from gadi's 

And, no doubt, they tell Gadi too which is why he 
continues to post on this list and does not seem to
be wounded by the flaming arrows sent his way.

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Now that is on topic. Maybe we need more advertising
on the list to make people happy?

--Michael Dillon

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