Re: Minutes from Santa Fe DFS-WG meeting

"Ralph E. Droms" <droms@sol.bucknell.edu> Tue, 10 December 1991 11:23 UTC

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From: "Ralph E. Droms" <droms@sol.bucknell.edu>
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Subject: Re: Minutes from Santa Fe DFS-WG meeting
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In-Reply-To: Peter Honeyman's message of Thu, 5 Dec 91 00:06:06 EST <9112050520.AA11886@perseus.bucknell.edu>
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Another minor nit:

There was some discussion of the four-or-so inches of AFS-3 documents
made available by Transarc.  It is not clear what advantage there is in
putting an RPC imprimatur on them.  Nor is Transarc enthusiastic about
           ^^^ Should this read "RFC"?
reformatting the documents to conform to RFC 1111.

- Ralph