[arin-ppml] Atlanta meeting -- Fellowship Program

Bill Sandiford bill at telnetcommunications.com
Fri Aug 20 12:08:15 EDT 2010


It is my belief that the application deadline was extended until today.

Bill

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On 2010-08-20, at 11:13 AM, "Mohammed Naser" <mnaser at vexxhost.com<mailto:mnaser at vexxhost.com>> wrote:

Hello everyone,

I live in Canada.

I am currently a student studying and operating a full web hosting company at the moment. I started as small as leasing a server and now I have grown to have operated my own full BGP network and my 2 own /22's.. In 4 years.

In the process, I learned everything on my own, did all ARIN applications, etc.

I found out about the fellowship program today, can I still register or is it too late?

I am greatly interested in bringing my hosting services to the IPv6 platform.

Please let me know.

Regards,
Mohammed

On Fri, Aug 20, 2010 at 10:58 AM, Michael Richardson <<mailto:mcr at sandelman.ca>mcr at sandelman.ca<mailto:mcr at sandelman.ca>> wrote:

>>>>> "Steve" == Steve Bertrand <<mailto:steve at ipv6canada.com>steve at ipv6canada.com<mailto:steve at ipv6canada.com>> writes:
   Steve> This post is designed for -discuss, but I thought I'd get
   Steve> more exposure here.

   Steve> iiuc, The Fellowship Program has been extended until
   Steve> tomorrow, 2010-08-20

   Steve> I learnt today that there has not been a *single* applicant
   Steve> for the program from within Canada. I must say that I am
   Steve> quite disappointed in my fellow citizens.

But, maybe there just isn't anyone who:

1) have not previously been to an ARIN meeting
2) is an individual, or an employee of a company that otherwise wouldn't
  be able to afford the travel expenses otherwise
3) is actively involved.

As far as I can tell, you'd have to be a relatively young person (<35)
such that you'd not worked anywhere during the .com boom days, and you'd
have to be working for a small company.   While in 1990, when I started
building ISPs, everyone doing so was ~23... I don't think that there are
many people starting new ISPs today.

   Steve> There must be at least *one* company that has at least *one*
   Steve> staff member who is interested in going to the meeting _*all
   Steve> expenses paid*_, that wouldn't be able to afford it
   Steve> otherwise.

I'll forward your message to some people.

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