Re: Did the 'How to FTP' doc ever get published as an RFC?

April Marine <amarine@atlas.arc.nasa.gov> Wed, 02 June 1993 16:58 UTC

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Oh, sure, a mere 8 or 9 months lapse and it's nag nag nag! ;-)

What happened, actually, was I became unemployed for a period and
my interest in FTPing waned during that time.  However, I have not 
forgotten the doc and plan to have a final (hopefully) draft out
this month in time for the next IETF.  In fact,  (you'll think I'm
just saying this), I planned to work on it this weekend.  And now
that I've said that, I guess I'll have to, no?

Thanks for your interest--stay tuned!
April