RE: DNS: AURSC - Announces Deployment of IPv8

RE: DNS: AURSC - Announces Deployment of IPv8

From: Jim Fleming <JimFleming§>
Date: Sat, 20 Jun 1998 07:35:28 -0500
On Friday, June 19, 1998 4:41 PM, Simon Hackett[SMTP:simon&#167;] wrote:
&#167;Jim Fleming said (about me, in part):
&#167;>In my opinion, there is nothing wrong with dealing with both worlds on
&#167;>a regular basis. One simply has to understand which group they are dealing
&#167;>with. Based on your comments, I sense that you are part of the implosive
&#167;>telco-like core. That is fine, but I hope that you understand that it is not
&#167;>for everyone. That is trailing-edge. Some prefer to work at the leading edge.
&#167;My comments were merely to observe that I could find no information about
&#167;"IPv8" on the web site related to the organisation who originated and are
&#167;most frequently associated with the use of a label such as "IPvn" for some
&#167;value of n, the IETF. IP version numbers are assigned by IANA. Did you get
&#167;"8" assigned to you by IANA, Jim? 

Sorry...some people like to abbreviate...

CATNIP version 8....or CAT 'n IP version 8


Are you familiar with C+&#167; ?

Now there is a good name for the search engines. It is a stealth name.
It flys right under the radar. Just enter it into any of the major search
engines and see what you come up with....

Before you tell me that does not is one pointer...

By the way, I am making the assumption that this discussion is not part
of the typical exchanges that go on with the implosive groups. I am also
making the assumption that you are a leading edge person and that you
are following this discussion.

Jim Fleming
Unir Corporation -
1998 - The Year of the C+&#167;
Received on Sat Jun 20 1998 - 23:35:30 UTC

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