Poul-Henning's statistics (was: lowering maximum assignment window)
Wed Feb 24 11:55:58 CET 1999
In message <19990223232409.63200 at ivm.net>, "Elmar K. Bins" writes: >Hi Paula, > >> By the way, one of the results of this discussion was that Poul-Henning >> Kamp wrote a script that checks for inconsistencies between addresses >> that are in use but are not registrered in the RIPE database. These >> statistics can be found at: http://stat.cybercity.dk/ripe/ > >These statistics are a very valuable contribution to the community. >I'd be even more delighted, were they not cramped into one 3 Megabyte >file. I didn't even try any graphical browser on this. Good old lynx >did the job anyway ;-) > >But you know I just don't like to wait... > >So my idea to Poul-Henning: Just split it down to the country codes. >That will decrease traffic to your website I suppose You know, I thought about that, but then I thought: The people most incovenienced by the size are the same people who has most work to do... :-) -- Poul-Henning Kamp FreeBSD coreteam member phk at FreeBSD.ORG "Real hackers run -current on their laptop." FreeBSD -- It will take a long time before progress goes too far!
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