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On Sun, 04 Nov 2007 12:06:55 -0400
"Marc G. Fournier" <> wrote:
> > I understand, however the issue now isn't one of growth...IMHO it's
> > one of growth being stymied because we have a list of training
> > events that doesn't represent classes *actually* being offered.
> > Seems like at the very least a short term "band aid" solution could
> > be applied while we try to figure out a way to adequately and
> > fairly address the issue... I'm sure as time goes on we'll come to
> > better understand the needs of companies that legitimately offer
> > training courses.
> How is this much different then universities / colleges that offer
> Course timeslot X/Y and Z, but cancel slot Z because there wasn't
> enough enrollment to make it worth doign?
Colleges do that as a last resort, versus a companies that does it by
Joshua D. Drake
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