Re: [WISPA] Middle Class Spectrum Policy

2006-05-29 Thread John Scrivner
Replies inline: Patrick Leary wrote: I favor substantial use rules and also agree in rejecting squatters rights. A method of issuing licenses I like is the following: 1. licenses are broken up into regional and local. Why not license by base station? Then a provider cannot ignore

Re: [WISPA] Middle Class Spectrum Policy was:3650 equipment

2006-05-29 Thread Tom DeReggi
4. the proposals are evaluated on their benefit to the public These are the two flawed areas. Who is qualified to make the decission? The proposals that best show they will benefit the public, will most likely be the same ones that are selling a vapor solution that will never work. The

Re: [WISPA] Coming soon: The Web toll - Last post on this subject

2006-05-29 Thread Peter R.
Frank, In the same day as your post on WISPA, you are asking if anyone is filing comments to the BST-ATT merger on other lists. Surely, your supporters will at least take 5 minutes to write a comment. No? Why not? Because it is easier to say I support something verbally than to actually do

Re: [WISPA] Coming soon: The Web toll - Last post on this subject

2006-05-29 Thread Frank Muto
I am sure WISPA has a membership fee. As for the announcement, it was just that, an announcement. Surely even you can understand that any other information would not be a strategic move. I actually wanted to announce earlier but felt the ISP-CEO Exchange was better time slot. I'll stick with my