Would the list object...
pferguso at cisco.com
Mon Dec 2 13:04:09 UTC 1996
I personally don't object, per se, but I dropped off the inet-access list
earlier this year due to the unbearably low signal/noise ratio. If the
NANOG list were to become a cacophony as did inet-access, you can scratch
this list too.
I figure that if anyone on inet-access is interested in the discussion(s)
here on NANOG, then they are already subscribed.
At 11:16 PM 12/1/96 -0800, David Carmean wrote:
>I've started expanding the last couple years of the archives of
>this list back into hypertext (Hypermail at the moment) so I could
>review some of the threads that are more than a couple of months old.
>If I get the OK for the resources from "The Management", would any (many?)
>of you object to me making the existence of my unofficial mirror
>known to inet-access, etc.? I have some concerns that it might
>precipitate off-topic noise on this list, but I also think that it
>would be a good resource for those on the steep portion of the
>learning curve to understand why things are the way they are, e.g
>route filtering, peering restrictions, etc....
>David Carmean <dlc at silcom.com>
>Silicon Beach Communications, Santa Barbara, California +1-805-730-7740
> Opinions herein are those of the author only, unless otherwise noted
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