[cmNOG] Another Page in Internet History Turned – RIPE NCC Allocating Its Last IPv4 /8
s.tomsleen at gmail.com
Dim 16 Sep 07:43:36 WAT 2012
" *of course it involves work...(this is usually where people start losing
Well, I think if we see it as a national dilemma, and time input to do the
work is not just for ourselves, we won't loose interest. We have to work
hard to climb up that rating lader to a better position.
On Sat, Sep 15, 2012 at 11:53 PM, Nishal Goburdhan <ndg at ieee.org> wrote:
> On Sep 14, 2012, at 6:45 PM, Tomslin Samme-Nlar <s.tomsleen at gmail.com>
> > It is is time to turn that page!
> yes - what did *you* make ipv6 enabled today?
> someone asked earlier: "How can we improve this rating? " when talking
> about cameroon's internet ratings.
> here's one way. considering that there was ipv6 training, done recently,
> this should be do-able.
> right ?
> of course it involves work...(this is usually where people start losing
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