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“i don’t understant, but will critize anyway”…

i’ve stumbled upon an article of Michael Leonard from Juniper. he decided to take a stab at LISP. i usually call such articles with the title of this post, and the article mentioned is all about it. while we’re discussing in open forums with engineers and architects from Juniper, and in most of them we actually do cooperate - including in LISP, which author doesn’t seem to even know about - it’s sad to look at people who believe attacking competition is everything they should do in life. his comments are misguided, and willingness to be visible sad. it also doesn’t show juniper as a company in good light.

it is sad fact, but it is quite a characteristic testimony of our time.

and BTW - during upcoming PLNOG, we will be actually doing LISP workshops - see you there!