Mon, 12 Sep 88 09:16:07 EDT
alternate subject: Does TCP/IP "comform" to ISO/OSI?
> I didn't hear (read) a second to the motion nor a call for a vote on the
> motion. I might suffer withdrawal symptoms from contrived erudition and
> misspelled words should you terminate your exchange of missives at this
> instance. On the basis of the dispatches promulgated by yourself and
> Marshall, one can only hope that English (American or British) is a second
> language and that you can express yourselves more elegantly in Ada, ALGOL,
> BASIC, BLISS (-16 or -32), C, COBOL, FORTRAN, LISP, JOVIAL, SNOBOL, WATFOR,
> WATFIV, etc.. I probably should include TECO and any number of assemblers
> in the preceding list.
I for one will second the motion, though I'm not sure if we could actually
call for a vote. I don't really think that a forum on tcp-ip is the place
to attack it. I'm here because I use tcp-ip (the fact that I like it is
beside the point), and having to wade through language that only a supreme
court justice enjoys is a drag.
SNOBOL is probably the best choice for communications, considering the
rate this is expanding at...
Merton, are the waitresses at Westlake Jack's still as awsome as they used
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