Network Working Group					S. Crocker
RFC-30							UCLA
							4 February 70
This note is a revision of NWG/RFC 10, 16, 24, and 27.
The Network Working Group consists of interested pleople from existing or
potential ARPA network sites.  Membership is not closed.
The Network Working Group (NWG) is concerned with the HOST software, the
strategies for using the network, and initial experience with the network.
Documentation of the NWG's effort is through notes such as this.  Notes
may be produced at any site by anybody and included in this series.
The content of a NWG note may be any thought, suggestion, etc. related
to the HOST software or other aspect of the network.  Notes are encouraged
to be timely rather than polished.  Philosophical positions without examples
or other specifics, specific suggestions or implementation techniques
without introductory or background explication, and explicit questions 
without any attempted answers are all acceptable.  The minimum length for
a NWG note is one sentence.
These standards (or lack of them) are stated explicitly for two reasons.
First, there is a tendency to view a written statement as ipso facto
authoritative, and we hope to promote the exchange and discussion of
considerably less than authoritative ideas.  Second, there is a natural
hesitancy to publish something unpolished, and we hope to ease this
Every NWG note should bear the following information:
	1.  "Network Working Group"
	    "Request for Comments: X" (X underscored)
	      where X is a serial number.  Serial numbers are assigned
	      by Steve Crocker at UCLA.
	2.  Author and affiliation
	3.  Date
	4.  Title
	    The title need not be unique.
One copy only will be sent from the author's site to:
	1.  Abhai Bhushan, MIT
	2.  Steve Carr, Utah
	3.  Gerry Cole, SDC
	4.  Steve Crocker, UCLA
	5.  Bill English, SRI
	6.  Jim Fry, MITRE
	7.  Nico Haberman, Carnegie-Mellon
	8.  John Heafner, RAND
	9.  Bob Kahn, BB&N
       10.  Thomas O'Sullivan, Raytheon
       11.  Larry Roberts, ARPA
       12.  Paul Rovner, LL
       13.  Robert Sproull, Stanford
       14.  Ron Stoughton, UCSB
Reproduction, if desired, may be handled locally.
Below are the most current addresses I have.  Please correct as necessary:
	Abhai Bhushan			MIT
	Room 807 - Project MAC		(617) 864-6900 X5857
	545 Technology Square
	Cambridge, Mass. 02139
	Steve Carr			Utah
	Computer Science Dept.		(801) 322-8224
	University of Utah
	Salt Lake City, Utah 84112
	Gerry Cole			SDC
	7842 Croyden			2500 Colorado
	Los Angeles, Calif. 90045	Santa Monica, Calif 90406
					(213) 393-9411, X6135
							X7057 (Sec'y)
	Steve Crocker			UCLA
	3732 Boelter Hall		(213) 825-4864
	UCLA				      825-2543 (Sec'y)
	Los Angeles, Calif. 90024
	Bill English			SRI
	Stanford Research Institute	(415) 326-6200
	333 Ravenswood
	Menlo Park, Calif. 94025
	Jim Fry				MITRE
	The MITRE Corporation		(703) 893-3500, X355
	Westgate Research Park				X318
	McLean, Va. 22101
	Nico Haberman			Carnegie-Mellon
	Computer Science Dept.		(412) 683-7000, X226
	Carnegie-Mellon University
	Schenley Park
	Pittsburgh, Pa. 15213
	John Heafner			RAND
	The RAND Corporation		(213) 393-0411
	1700 Main Street
	Santa Monica, Calif. 90406
	Robert Kahn			BB&N
	Bolt, Beranek and Newman	(617) 491-1850
	50 Moulton Street
	Cambridge, Mass. 02138
	Thomas O'Sullivan		Raytheon
	Equipment Division Headquarters (617) 899-8400
	Raytheon Company
	40 Second Avenue
	Waltham, Mass 02154
	Larry Roberts			ARPA
	ODS/ARPA			(202) OX7-8663
	3D167 Pentagon			      OX7-8654
	Washington, D.C. 20301
	Paul D. Rovner			LL
	Mass. Institute of Technology   (617) 562-5500 X7211
	Lincoln Laboratory B-115	               
	P.O. Box 73
	Lexington, Mass. 02173
	Robert Sproull			Stanford
	Artificial Intelligence Project (415) 32l-2300 X4971
	Stanford University
	Stanford, Calif. 94305
	Ron Stoughton			UCSB
	Computer Research Lab.		(805) 961-3221
	Santa Barbara, Calif. 94025

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