Re: IAFA paper spotted in Journal of Information Networking

Alan Emtage <bajan@bunyip.com> Wed, 07 September 1994 17:08 UTC

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From: Alan Emtage <bajan@bunyip.com>
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To: Martijn Koster <m.koster@nexor.co.uk>, iafa@bunyip.com
Subject: Re: IAFA paper spotted in Journal of Information Networking

> In the Journal of Information Networking Vol. 1, No3 1994 there's an
> article on the IAFA templates by Chris Weider.
> 
> In summary it describes why they're a good idea, and explains that
> Archie is being expanded to collect and serve IAFA templates. It
> concludes that there are "two major thrusts" in Resource Location
> systems: draft-ietf-iiir-vision and the traditional libraries, and
> that they need to integrate soon.

Yes, Chris has mentioned this.... a little Bunyip subversion going on
there methinks :-)



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