Re: Yet more URI/URC

Markus Stumpf <> Sat, 30 April 1994 10:54 UTC

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From: Markus Stumpf <>
To: Peter Deutsch <>
Date: Sat, 30 Apr 1994 13:50:31 +0200
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Peter Deutsch wrote:
|>Hi Larry,
|>[ You wrote: ]
|>> Other protocols (ftp in particular) have no such mechanism currently
|>> (although IAFA information might provide it).
|>The static anonFTP model will be with us for a while, but
|>the trend here seems to be towards a browsing model
|>(gopher/WWW) and so this problem is fading.

I have made an attempt to combine IAFA, FTP and HTTP.
This is currently the entry point. For a more flashy example you may walk
down to  X11 -> contrib -> clients

(the iafa templates are still somewhat oldish and there should really be
a filter when viewing the AFA files that makes them look more nice).

Have a nice weekend

 Markus Stumpf                        Markus.Stumpf@Informatik.TU-Muenchen.DE