Re: Pointers to whois++ documents

Joan Gargano <> Tue, 16 November 1993 19:05 UTC

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At 11:25 AM 11/16/93 -0500, Peter Deutsch wrote:

>I just checked and an earlier version in on
> in the directory "/archive/wnils.archive"
>as the file "Architecture.Overview". I'll include the most
>recent version (as posted before Amsterdam) here and if
>JOan would be so kind as to update the archive, we'll try
>to get a more recent version out in the next few days

The Architecture.Overview document has been updated and can be found at the 
following locations:


gopher:/ and Organizations/Special Interest 
Groups/Whois and Network Information Lookup Service/Architecture.Overview

The latest minutes have been added as well, Minutes.110193.
Joan Gargano
Distributed Computing Analysis and Support
Information Technology - University of California, Davis
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