Re: common aliases document

Russ Wright <Wright@lbl.gov> Thu, 02 May 1996 16:02 UTC

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Date: Thu, 2 May 1996 08:52:30 -0700
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From: Russ Wright <Wright@lbl.gov>
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At 08:22 AM  -0500 5/2/96, Ryan Moats wrote:
>Martin Hamilton wrote:
>>
>> IDS folk - here's a new draft of that DNS aliases document.  The
>> emphasis has changed to direct people first at the IANA assigned
>> numbers stuff, and then at special cases.
>>
>> USWG and namedroppers folk - here's a little something we've been
>> cooking up.  Feedback sought!
>>
>> Martin
>>
>
>
>Martin-
>
>A thought from reading through:
>
>Under the special cases wais != z39.50. Thus, there should be two
>separate entries, wais AND z39.50.

Valid point, however please keep in mind that we aren't trying to list all
the services out there. The idea is that you use the IANA-registered name
if appropriate or one specified in the protocol's RFC.

Russ