OSI-DS 12 - revised

Steve Hardcastle-Kille <S.Kille@cs.ucl.ac.uk> Tue, 14 April 1992 14:23 UTC

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Subject: OSI-DS 12 - revised
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Date: Tue, 14 Apr 1992 13:41:34 +0100
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From: Steve Hardcastle-Kille <S.Kille@cs.ucl.ac.uk>

This is the version with the agreed edit (San Diego).   This is now ready
to be sumitted as an RFC.


   P. Barker
   S.E. Kille
   January 1992
   Naming Guidelines for Directory Pilots
Deployment of a Directory will benefit from following certain
guidelines.  This document defines a number of naming guidelines.
Alignment to these guidelines is recommended for directory pilots.

The following topics  may be obtained from the info-server
using a request in the form:
        request: osi-ds
        topic: <one of topics the below>

For example:

From: Joe.Soap@somedomain
To: info-server@cs.ucl.ac.uk
Subject: Anything you like

request: osi-ds
topic: scope.txt	

Files are available in Text, Postscript or both.   
    FILENAME.txt for plain text format
    FILENAME.ps  for postscript

Note that not all the files are available in all the formats.

All documents are numbered, in the form OSI-DS nnn or

The files are also available by FTP, NIFTP, and  FTAM.

FTP to CS.UCL.AC.UK, username anonymous and your own name as password
		cd osi-ds; 

FTAM to bells, computer science, university college london, gb 
   username = anon, no password

NIFTP to uk.ac.ucl.cs, binary mode, username  =  guest,
     password  =  (Your  mail address in the form user@site)
     filenames should be prepended with <OSI-DS> (Note that the
     angle brackets and capital letters are vital)