whois++ gateways

Petri Helenius <pete@eunet.fi> Fri, 17 September 1993 16:18 UTC

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From: Petri Helenius <pete@eunet.fi>
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In-Reply-To: Martin Hamilton's message of Fri, 17 Sep 1993 10:37:42 +0100 (BST) <Pine.3.07.9309171042.D13654-7100000@avarice>
Subject: whois++ gateways

> Is anyone writing gateways into whois++ for finger and gopher? (a la LDAP)

I've written HTTP-gateway and I don't think of any use for gopher one
but finger gateway would be nice.

Also mail-based gateway would be a nice one and I might write one rsn.