SBP-3 Reflector Established
PJohansson at acm.org
Mon Nov 13 18:34:11 PST 2000
* From the T10 Reflector (t10 at t10.org), posted by:
* Peter Johansson <PJohansson at ACM.org>
Many thanks to Eric Anderson, who has taken the time to create a reflector
for SBP-3 discussions!
The reflector is SBP3 at ISG.Apple.com (that is the EMail address to which you
will post your messages).
The reflector is open to all participants BUT you must be a subscriber in
order to post a message.
To subscribe, send a message to Requests at ISG.Apple.com; the title of the
message is irrelevant, the body should read "subscribe sbp3". If you don't
forgot to suppress any automatic signature block automatically appended by
your mailer, you'll get lots of interesting error messages! Alternatively,
you may include "quit" as the second line of your message.
Some guidelines will apply to usage of the reflector:
1) The reflector is for discussion of SBP-3 and related matters, only.
Obvious, yes, but expected to be respected;
2) Technical documents are NOT to be distributed directly on the reflector.
Some subscribers are on the road a lot and may not wish to receive large
file attachments. To post a document, obtain a document number from John
Lohmeyer, Lohmeyer at T10.org, and then send him the PDF file. He'll let you
know once its been posted to the T10 web site. At this point, announce the
availability on BOTH the T10 reflector, T10 at T10.org, AND the SBP-3
reflector. Since SBP-3 is a T10 project it is important that certain
official business, such as the publication of a document, be announced on
the T10 reflector; and
3) All meeting announcements are to be made to BOTH the SBP-3 and T10
For those of you who have missed earlier announcements and are wondering
just what the heck SBP-3 is, please consult
Congruent Software, Inc.
98 Colorado Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94707
(510) 527-3856 FAX
PJohansson at ACM.org
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