Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast of the US, detroying homes, property, and lives in the process. It was a catastrophe. In its wake, it leaves us with rebuilding following the admittedly confused initial response to the needs of the people caught in the storm's wrath.
In his Advanced IP Pipeline blog, Paul Kapustka suggests that it's time for a permanent "Geek Corp" to take on the challenges of getting communications and related infrastructure back on-line following events such as this. Sound familiar?
I wrote to him and suggested that the Interop team would be a great core for this group. If there is enough of an interest--and perhaps even financial support--for this. Would you still be interested in it? If so, ping him, or drop me a mail.
God bless Ron Jarrell...
Good night, Gracie