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Guidelines on how to report on european connectivity

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  • From: Milan Sterba <Milan.Sterba@localhost
  • Date: Wed, 1 Sep 1993 18:44:31 +0200

Dear colleagues,

it has been agreed at the last RIPE meeting that a new more general
scheme of reporting on european connectivity shall be adopted in RIPE.

The reporting scheme will be open for whole Europe and will cease to be
restricted only to Central and Eastern European countries. Connectivity
issues will not be pulished in form of a periodical report but will
rather  be maintained in the form of an indexed archive at the RIPE

We have agreed that there should be some editing board which  would
unify the look and style the presentations of different countries. We
also agreed on producing guidelines to the contributors on how the
connectivity report of a country should be organized. These guidelines
are now published as a RIPE draft document 


and will be proposed to be accepted as a ripe document at the next RIPE 
meeting in September.

Please have a look at this proposal.  I will be gratefull for any
comments you might have to this proposal in order to work out a viable
scheme which would result in improved quality of reporting on european

Thanks and see you in Amsterdam
Best regards
Milan Sterba



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