Re: Amsterdam

"Nelson, Bruce" <> Thu, 29 April 1993 20:52 UTC

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Thanks for the help!  This is how I thought the list was supposed to
work--people who have the time and interest filling in the gaps as they
can.  Till recently, things have been pretty dead.

Jennifer, April or Art (whoever processed the "blue sheet" at the last
IETF meeting), can we get his name.  I thought it might be "Rutiger".