[LINK] Fibre-to-the-premises government consultation paper

Tom Koltai tomk at unwired.com.au
Sat May 30 10:06:04 EST 2009


Thanks for that Tom.

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> [mailto:link-bounces at mailman1.anu.edu.au] On Behalf Of Tom Worthington
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> Subject: [LINK] Fibre-to-the-premises government consultation paper
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> The Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy 
> issued a "National Broadband Network: Fibre-to-the-premises in 
> greenfield estates Consultation paper" 29 May 2009: 
> <http://www.dbcde.gov.au/communications/national_broadband_net
work/fibre_in_greenfield_estates_and_fibre_roll-out>.

>The paper is available as a 23 page, 482 Kbyte PDF document. 
>Submissions on the paper can be made until 12 June 2009.


I must say, I am seriously impressed. 
The current Government is actually asking for feedback on how it's doing
and could it do it better still.

Richard Alston, if you are still out there.... This is how Government
should be run.
May you rot in hell for holding back Australian communications
development for 13 years.

Sorry folks.... Shouldn't emote, but hell, I'm 52, and will be sixty
before the FTTH is a reality. 
Thanks to uncle Richard, I may not actually get to enjoy playing Quake
at light speed before it becomes irrelevant.

Oh it's irrelevant already? There are new games?

Bravo the new Government. Mr. Conroy, you're doing good. Keep doing it.
Australia should knight you or something.

Tom (An EX-liberal party supporter.)   





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