Re: new iafa draft

Martin Hamilton <martin@mrrl.lut.ac.uk> Tue, 16 January 1996 19:36 UTC

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Larry Masinter writes:

| I think of IAFA filling the same role as gopher: it's good to get it
| documented and it should play a role in defining the followon, too.

Well, I think the IAFA work plus deployment experience with WHOIS++ 
will be very useful in seeding a common schema for WHOIS++ (- cf. 
whoispp-schema@bunyip.com).  This has been a "stealth" activity so 
far, rather than something committe/WG driven.  A Good Thing, 
methinks... ;-)

Toodle pip!

Martin