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Introduction to Legacy Services, PI Services, & Certifying Them RIPE / Dublin Axel Pawlik Randy Bush 2013.05.15 Intro to Legacy/PI/Cert 1
Axel and I Promised to Progress on PI and Certification 2013.05.15 Intro to Legacy/PI/Cert 2
We Have Not Lacked Proposals 2013.05.15 Intro to Legacy/PI/Cert 3
RIPE Process Machine 2013.05.15 Intro to Legacy/PI/Cert 4
E-Mail is an Excellent Means of Mis-communication 2013.05.15 Intro to Legacy/PI/Cert 5
So Tuesday NCC Staff & Proposers Actually Met Face to Face 2013.05.15 Intro to Legacy/PI/Cert 6
And Found That We Were Pretty Much in Agreement 2013.05.15 Intro to Legacy/PI/Cert 7
The Key Goal is An Accurate Registry 2013.05.15 Intro to Legacy/PI/Cert 9
Until We Know Who the Heck You Are Talk of Certifying You is Hot Air 2013.05.15 Intro to Legacy/PI/Cert 10
2013.05.15 Intro to Legacy/PI/Cert 11 Formalize Services to Legacy Holders Formalize PI Holder Relationships & Services How to Provide Certification Services to All Address Holders
Let’s Maintain a Sense of Humor 2013.05.15 Intro to Legacy/PI/Cert 12
And, Of Course Real/Final Decisions Are Made on the Mailing List 2013.05.15 Intro to Legacy/PI/Cert 13
The Key Goal is An Accurate Registry 2013.05.15 Intro to Legacy/PI/Cert 14
NCC Services to PI Resource Holders RIPE / Dublin Axel Pawlik Randy Bush Services to PI 1.
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DIVIDING INTEGERS 1. IF THE SIGNS ARE THE SAME THE ANSWER IS POSITIVE 2. IF THE SIGNS ARE DIFFERENT THE ANSWER IS NEGATIVE.
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