Re: Should we share?
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org (Raul Deluth Miller)
- Subject: Re: Should we share?
- From: email@example.com (c.small-acacia-ele-student-90064116)
- Date: Fri, 2 Dec 94 10:17:42 EST
- Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org (TCP-group relay)
- In-reply-to: <199412010035.TAA09811@nova.umd.edu>; from "Raul Deluth Miller" at Nov 30, 94 07:35:50 pm
> (*) introduce a routing protocol which lets ham endpoints manage
Sounds like the old digipeating way of doing things. I might of got it
wrong here but the end users tell the gateways what to do? What happens
if they don't know?
> Hams are responsible people -- leverage off of that. Open the
> management of the gateways to the people who are using them. Expect
heh, take a visit around Sydney, or vk2. While you have a few people that
know what they're doing, you have a lot of people that have no idea.
We have people that think as a bulletin takes the long way to get to their
BBS that there's a conspiracy, rather than saying it's because BBS'es have
a real bad system of forwarding.
No way, I wouldn't let a lot of the users of gateways anywhere near them,
they have enough trouble understanding tnc parameters.
- Craig vk2xlz
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