[MLB-WIRELESS] Funding of nodes
sneeze at alphalink.com.au
Fri Nov 14 07:27:09 EST 2003
Thanks for the thought Steve but I decline the offer.
I'd prefer the money went to paying ruffnuts to go and kick some asses of
the slow movers!!! ;)
>Actually, I'll specify what I'm proposing a bit more clearly what I have
>Melbourne Wireless Inc to give Ryan (Sneeze) $15 per month to help with
>associated costs involved in running his setup. This will help cover
>expenses such as VIX connectivity, electricity, replacement of connectors
>required, and general upkeep of the equipment in place - including the
>services that are offered by Ryan hosted locally at his nodes location.
>(Visit https://wireless.org.au to install our Root Certificate.)
>You can lead a fool to wisdom but you can't make him think.
>We have enough youth. What we need is a fountain of smart.
>I am root. If you see me laughing, you better have a backup.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Steven Haigh" <netwiz at optusnet.com.au>
>To: <melbwireless at wireless.org.au>
>Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2003 11:54 PM
>Subject: [MLB-WIRELESS] Funding of nodes
>> Looking at the current situation of the committee approving financial
>> assistance to some nodes (Node GHO), I would like to raise a motion that
>> Ryan (aka Sneeze) get some funding for his work done on his node. It has
>> been operational for longer than GHO, and provides a lot of services to
>> the folks in his area.
>> His setup has been the leading single node for quite some time, with
>> lots of connections, lots of services, and lots of help for getting
>> people connected.
>> Can anyone who is a current financial member second this to bring it to
>> a vote? Please also CC the second to the committee to make it official.
>> Steven Haigh
>> (Visit https://wireless.org.au to install our Root Certificate.)
>> You can lead a fool to wisdom but you can't make him think.
>> We have enough youth. What we need is a fountain of smart.
>> I am root. If you see me laughing, you better have a backup.
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