OFF TOPIC - Bail money for IETF 64?

"Nicholas Staff" <nick.staff@comcast.net> Sun, 18 September 2005 18:07 UTC

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It would seem we will all be in violation of Canadian law (as will the IETF
as an organization) when we convene for IETF 64.  Those canucks apparently
regulate the term "Engineer" and the use of Software, Network, or Systems
Engineer is um apparently not allowed.  I wonder if they'll put Dave Crocker
and Dean Anderson in the same cell... ;)

Here's a link to the Microsoft court loss for the use of Engineer in their
MCSE certification

http://www.peo.on.ca/enforcement/Quebec_MS_April2004.pdf

Please don't take this too seriously and call me an idiot, this is of course
said with a chuckle.

Nick


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