Robert L Ullmann <> Sat, 30 October 1993 01:01 UTC

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Subject: CATNIP


(This message is strictly two days premature, but I may not get any chance
of sending it over the weekend or Monday morning; I leave for Houston 

On Monday, November 1 a paper on CATNIP, which should be of interest to both
the IPv7 and TUBA participants, will be available at the IETF. (People going
to Houston will be able to get printed copies there; you don't need to try
to get this now if you don't want to :-)

The draft is available on by anon FTP, the filename is

For technical reasons it is not available in formatted ASCII this time,
and thus is not posted in the I-D directories. (large *SIGH* :-)

Best Regards,