RE: [WISPA] No, Patrick, it's not about the stickers...

2007-02-19 Thread Rick Smith
This could be the same path as the arguments for and against Open Source are taking these days. In the end, Open Source is winning... However, I see a bad apples component to Mark's argument. If the rules are to allow us to mix / match any individually certified components into a whole new

Re: [WISPA] No, Patrick, it's not about the stickers...

2007-02-19 Thread Sam Tetherow
Rick Smith wrote: This could be the same path as the arguments for and against Open Source are taking these days. In the end, Open Source is winning... However, I see a bad apples component to Mark's argument. If the rules are to allow us to mix / match any individually certified components

RE: [WISPA] No, Patrick, it's not about the stickers...

2007-02-19 Thread wispa
On Sun, 18 Feb 2007 21:35:37 -0800, Patrick Leary wrote ...But if you wish to become an advocate for this industry,... LOL, but for better of for worse Mark, that happened a long time ago. As for the FCC protecting Alvarion's interests. Don't make me choke with laughter. The FCC could care

[WISPA] No, Patrick, it's not about the stickers...

2007-02-18 Thread wispa
On Sun, 18 Feb 2007 09:32:42 -0800, Patrick Leary wrote Sticker conscious? So this is what we've become as an industry? Following the very clear laws, which were once again just reiterated to us after another in a long chain of WISP visits, or not has now been reduced to simply being sticker

RE: [WISPA] No, Patrick, it's not about the stickers...

2007-02-18 Thread Patrick Leary
...But if you wish to become an advocate for this industry,... LOL, but for better of for worse Mark, that happened a long time ago. As for the FCC protecting Alvarion's interests. Don't make me choke with laughter. The FCC could care a less about the welfare of our company and that's not