Re: Amsterdam

"Nelson, Bruce" <> Thu, 29 April 1993 20:57 UTC

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Rudiger, (do you go by Rudi?)

There has been extensive conversation on the ISN-WG list about the
upcoming Amsterdam IETF conference.  We are trying to solicit as many
non-U.S. attendees as possible.  Will you be there?  Can you help us
identify other K-12 (primary-secondary school) people who might be
interested?  Thanks in advance.  Please reply to the ISN-WG list:

Bruce Nelson

His name is Rudiger Volk and the e-mail address is: