Guidelines on AFA top level file structure?
Peter Svanberg <email@example.com> Thu, 17 February 1994 00:45 UTC
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Subject: Guidelines on AFA top level file structure?
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 1994 00:33:15 +0100
From: Peter Svanberg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
(Second try - my last-week posting seem to have disappeared:) The recently published Internet-Draft "Publishing Information on the Internet with Anonymous FTP" refers to  "A Guide to Anonymous FTP Site Administration". Work in progress from the Internet Anonymous FTP Archive Working Group of the IETF. Is the latter availiable in any form? One of the things I would like to know is whether there are any guidelines about the file and directory contents of the top level of an anonymous FTP archive - besides the AFA-* files. --- Peter Svanberg, NADA, KTH Email: email@example.com Dept of Num Analysis and Comp. Science, Royal Institute of Technology Phone: +46 8 790 71 40 S-100 44 Stockholm, SWEDEN Fax: +46 8 790 09 30
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