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Data and File Transfer Workshop Announcement (RFC0309)

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000003504D
Original Publication Date: 1972-Mar-17
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2000-Sep-13
Document File: 5 page(s) / 9K

Publishing Venue

Internet Society Requests For Comment (RFCs)

Related People

A.K. Bhushan: AUTHOR

Abstract

MIT will host a workshop on Data and File Transfer, Friday, April 14 and Saturday, April 15, 1972. People have expressed an interest in revising the existing ARPANET Data and File Transfer Protocols (RFC # 264 and RFC # 265), to make them more suitable to fulfill the now better understood ARPANET requirements.

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Network Working Group 17 March 1972

Request For Comments # 309 Abhay Bhushan

NIC # 9260 MIT-MAC

DATA AND FILE TRANSFER WORKSHOP ANNOUNCEMENT

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MIT will host a workshop on Data and File Transfer, Friday,

April 14 and Saturday, April 15, 1972. People have expressed an

interest in revising the existing ARPANET Data and File Transfer

Protocols (RFC # 264 and RFC # 265), to make them more suitable

to fulfill the now better understood ARPANET requirements.

The objective of this workshop is to arrive at a unified

convention for ARPANET data and file transfer. It is important

that we adequately consider the needs of TIP users, DATACOMPUTER

users, remote job entry users, and the major ARPANET service

systems.

In addition to the current members of the data and file

transfer protocol committee, I have invited a number of

interested parties to talk and participate in this workshop. On

the first day's agenda is a list of speakers who have agreed to

discuss their respective interests in data and file transfer. If

your interests have not been represented and you would like to

give a presentation or discuss a specific area, please contact me

(617-864-6900 Ext. 1428).

Participants are encouraged to have written position papers

ready at the time of this meeting. If possible, these papers

should be distributed as NWG/RFCs or informal notes to workshop

invitees, prior to the workshop.

As this meeting is intended to be an intensive workshop,

with the second half devoted to a detailed specification of

protocol, it will be necessary to limit attendance. The

attendance to this meeting is by invitation only. A list of

invitees is attached. If you have not been invited, and would

like to attend the workshop, please contact me.

Hotel reservations may be made at Random House, operated by

MIT's Real Estate office ($5.00 to $7.00/night), by contacting

either me or Sue Pitkin (617-864-6900 Ext. 1450) before March

31st. If you would prefer other hotel accomodations instead, a

convenient hotel is the Fenway motor Hotel (Tel. 617-492-4777).

Please contact either me or Sue Pitkin if you intend to come.

NWG/RFC # 309 Abhay Bhushan

AGENDA

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FRIDAY April 14th, 1972

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8th Floor Conference Room, MIT Project MAC,

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