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rfc:rfc95
                                                              NIC 5731

Network Working Group Steve Crocker Request for Comments: 95 UCLA

                                                       4 February 1971
              Distribution of NWG/RFCs Through the NIC

Notice

 The Network Information Center (NIC), administered by Doug Engelbart
 at SRI, has established (or is establishing) lines of communication
 with all of the sites.  The mechanism is for each site to have a
 Station Agent and a Technical Liaison Contact.  The Station Agent
 maintains a small library of documents which arrive from the NIC.
 The Technical Liaison Contact matches requests from the network
 community to people or services at his site, and vice versa.
 In my opinion, the current mailing list for the Network Working Group
 seems to duplicate in large part the NIC's distribution system.
 Therefore, I am making the following changes.

(1) Each site is presumed to have a Technical Liaison Contact. Where

   none has been appointed, the current receiver of NWG notes for that
   site will be assumed to be the Technical Liaison Contact.  (Each
   site may change its Technical Liaison Contact by notifying the
   NIC.)

(2) NWG notes will be sent only to Technical Liaison Contacts and to

   those on the current mailing list who are not at a site.

(3) RFC numbers and NIC numbers will continue to be assigned by Jeanne

   North at SRI -- (415) 326-6200, ext. 4119, or use Enterprise
   numbers:
   BB&N, CASE, HARV, LINC, MAC, CCA        Enterprise 0740
   ARPA, MITR                              Enterprise 1-0740
   CMU                                     Enterprise 9074
   ILL                                     Enterprise 1074
   SDC, RAND, UCLA, UCSB, UTAH             Zenith 9-0740

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(4) NWG notes may be sent to the NIC for distribution, or may be

   distributed directly.  If an author intends to distribute an NWG
   note himself, he should so inform Mrs. North and obtain any changes
   to the mailing list.  All mailing should be airmail or first class,
   depending upon distance.

Those on the current mailing list who are not at sites are

 Alfred Cocanower                             MERIT
 MERIT Computer Network                       (313) 764-9423
 611 Church Street
 Ann Arbor, Michigan  48104
 Douglas McKay                                IBM
 IBM Watson Research Center                   (914) 945-1159
 P. O. Box 218
 Yorktown Heights, New York  10598
 Thomas O'Sullivan                            Raytheon
 Raytheon Data Systems                        (617) 762-6700
 1415 Boston-Providence Turnpike              ext. 2120
 Norwood, Mass.  02062

Technical Liaison Contacts

 John T. Melvin                               SRI-ARC
 Stanford Research Institute                  (415) 326-6200
 Augmentation Research Center                 ext. 4328
 333 Ravenswood Avenue
 Menlo Park, Calif.  94025
 Dr. Lawrence G. Roberts                      ARPA
 Advanced Research Projects Agency            (202) 694-5921
 1400 Wilson Boulevard                        (202) 694-5922
 Arlington, Virginia 22209
 Robert Kahn                                  BBN
 Bolt Beranek and Newman Inc.                 (617) 491-1850
 50 Moulton Street                            ext. 421
 Cambridge, Mass.  02138
 Dan Murphy                                   BBN
 Bolt Beranek and Newman Inc.                 (617) 491-1850
 50 Moulton Street                            ext. 351
 Cambridge, Mass.  02138

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 John Barden                                  CASE
 Case Western Reserve University              (216) 368-4467
 Computing and Information Sciences
 Room 222, Crawford Hall
 10900 Euclid Avenue
 Cleveland, Ohio  44106
 Harold R. Van Zoeren                         CMU
 Carnegie-Mellon University                   (412) 683-7000
 Computer Science Department                  ext. 267
 Schenley Park
 Pittsburgh, Pa.  15213
 Richard Winter                               CCA
 Computer Corporation of America              (617) 491-5301
 565 Technology Square
 Cambridge, Mass.  02139
 Robert Sundberg                              HARV
 Harvard University                           (517) 495-4147
 Aiken Computation Laboratory
 33 Oxford Street
 Cambridge, Mass.  02138
 James Madden                                 ILL
 University of Illinois                       (217) 333-0395
 Center for Advanced Computation
 168 Engineering Research Laboratory
 Urbana, Illinois  61801
 Joel Winett  (for the 360)                   LINC
 Massachusetts Institute of Technology        (617) 862-5500
 Lincoln Laboratory                           ext. 7474
 244 Wood Street
 Lexington, Mass.  02173
 William Kantrowitz  (for the TX-2)           LINC
 Massachusetts Institute of Technology        (617) 862-5500
 Lincoln Laboratory                           ext. 7349
 244 Wood Street
 Lexington, Mass.  02173
 Albert Vezza                                 MAC
 Massachusetts Institute of Technology        (617) 864-6900
 Project MAC                                  ext. 5877
 545 Technology Square
 Cambridge, Mass.  02139

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 David Wood                                   MITRE
 Mitre Corporation                            (703) 893-3500
 Information Systems Dept., W140              ext. 2528
 Westgate Research Park
 McLean, Va.  22101
 Thomas Lawrence                              RADC
 Rome Air Development Center (ISIM)           (315) 330-3857
 Griffiss Air Force Base                      (315) 330-7834
 Rome, New York  13440
 John Heafner                                 RAND
 Rand Corporation                             (213) 393-0411
 Computer Science Department                  ext. 7606
 1700 Main Street
 Santa Monica, Calif.  90406
 Abe Landsberg                                SDC
 System Development Corporation               (213) 393-9411
 2500 Colorado Avenue                         ext. 454 or 6119
 Santa Monica, Calif.  90406
 Michael Wilbur                               SRAI
 Stanford Research Institute                  (415) 326-6200
 Artificial Intelligence Group                ext. 4576
 333 Ravenswood Avenue
 Menlo Park, Calif.  94025
 James A. (Andy) Moorer                       SUAI
 Stanford University                          (415) 321-2300
 Computation Center, AI Project               ext. 4971
 Stanford, Calif.  94305
 Edward A. Feigenbaum                         SUHP
 Stanford University, Heuristic Programming   (415) 321-2300
 Computation Center, Serra Hall               ext. 4878
 Stanford, Calif.  94305
 Ari Ollikainen                               UCLA
 University of California at Los Angeles      (213) 825-2381
 Computer Science Department
 3732 Boelter Hall
 Los Angeles, Calif.  90024

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 Steve Crocker  (for ARPA Office Liaison)     UCLA
 University of California at Los Angeles      (213) 825-2368
 Computer Science Department
 3732 Boelter Hall
 Los Angeles, Calif.  90024
 James White                                  UCSB
 University of California at Santa Barbara    (805) 961-2274
 Computer Research Laboratory
 Santa Barbara, Calif.  93106
 Barry D. Wessler                             UTAH
 University of Utah                           (801) 322-8378
 Computer Science/IRL
 Salt Lake City, Utah  84112

Author's Address

 Steve Crocker
 University of California at Los Angeles
 Computer Science Department
 3732 Boelter Hall
 Los Angeles, CA 90024
 Phone: (213) 825-2368
       [ This RFC was put into machine readable form for entry ]
        [ into the online RFC archives by Adam Costello 3/97 ]

Crocker [Page 5]

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