[MLB-WIRELESS] Node BCA is closing down

Glen Brunning bchild at wireless.org.au
Wed Oct 23 11:29:24 EST 2002

Hi Barry,

The guys are right, i've been on my own tanget of late and I'm will to offer the
help of myself and of a few others that are currently helping me out, if there is
anything that we can do let us know, sorry haven't been following the list to much
of late and have missed mosted of the thread, but what was your main prob Barry??

Kind Regards

Fenn Bailey (fenn_b at smktech.com.au) wrote*:
>> As a last guesture Barry, would it be possible to write a
>> constructive piece on why you are leaving and the difficulties
>> you faced (technical and political)?  That way, those of us who
>> are left may be able to remedy the problems you had and avoid
>> following the same path.  Maybe it will even lead to someone
>> producing a 'off the shelf' solution which may convince you
>> to join us again in the future?
>I too agree that this is immensely sad to see one of us (and one of our
>best) leave. As mentioned above, some info on some of the difficulties
>you faced would be invaluable to the community.
>Although it may be a case of shutting the gate after the horse has
>bolted - is there possibly something that anyone (or a group) on the
>list can do to remedy your problem(s)? I must admit it is somewhat
>unfortunate that it takes a message of goodbye to galvanise action, but
>as mentioned by Tony, I don't think many people realised that the
>situation was that desperate.
>Any possiblity of a last ditch effort to save the node? A benefit
>concert maybe?
>	Fenn.
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Glen Brunning
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Melbourne Wireless Inc

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