Are you an "unpaid volunteer"?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8163190.stm

Some of it is right. Some of it is wrong. All of it makes for
interesting reading from the point of view of a layperson.

We are all, apparently, unsung heroes...

Graeme

PS Yes, there's plenty to tear apart in the article. Don't shoot the
messenger though!

Graeme Fowler wrote:

BBC NEWS | Technology | Unsung heroes save net from chaos

Some of it is right. Some of it is wrong. All of it makes for
interesting reading from the point of view of a layperson.

We are all, apparently, unsung heroes...

Graeme

PS Yes, there's plenty to tear apart in the article. Don't shoot the
messenger though!

And it wasn't really NANOG that did or does much of what he describes, but NANOG is a "good enough" representative name for the community of people who do, when we our definition to network operations.

  Gadi.