[asterisk-users] Rate sheet "normalization"
abalashov at evaristesys.com
Wed Mar 28 14:03:15 CDT 2012
Not the best analogy, since it implies that Christian's services are legacy and retrograde, while those in India/Arabia/Nigeria/China are progressive, state-of-the-art.
In general, the opposite tends to be the case. There are printing presses in the US, but Chinese can be paid so little to transcribe books by hand that it is actually more economical to pay a large army of them to do just that, instead of investing in one typesetting machine.
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"Raj Mathur (राज माथुर)" <raju at linux-delhi.org> wrote:
>On Wednesday 28 Mar 2012, C. Savinovich wrote:
>> >>>>Umm, like the amount you paid for your copy of Asterisk and the
>> >>>>Linux server it runs on?
>> First, you are missing the point.
>> Second, you guys take away jobs from American developers. If there
>> was a president in the USA who would make it illegal for companies
>> to hire overseas developers, we would have hundreds of thousands of
>> people employed here, and don't say that products will be more
>> expensive, they wouldn't. Microsoft and Google have way too much
>> money in the bank, which they could share if they didn't hire
>> overseas programmers
>A medieval monk trained in copying books by hand sits in his cell
>cursing Gutenberg for inventing the printing press and depriving him of
>Not satisfied with that, he also curses the (Arabs|Nigerians|Indians|
>Chinese|your choice of whipping boy) for typesetting cheaper than he can
>and taking business away from him.
>Would be funny if it weren't so sad. My sympathies.
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