[e2e] FDNA paper preview

John Day day at std.com
Tue Jul 1 12:49:42 PDT 2003

Just started to look at your paper.  It may surprise you, but the 
architecture of the Internet grew out of operating systems as well. 
In fact, many of us believe that that it succeeded because it didn't 
adhere to ideas from data communications.  For the last 15 years, it 
has moved away from those principles and more and more toward the 
dark side of circuit switched data comm.

I will continue to read.

Take care,

At 15:16 -0400 6/30/03, Micah Beck wrote:
>This paper, to be presented to the Future Directions in Network Architecture
>(FDNA) workshop at SIGCOMM 2003:
>An End-to-End Approach to Globally Scalable Programmable Networking
>Micah Beck, Terry Moore and James S. Plank
>Logistical Computing and Internetworking Laboratory
>Department of Computer Science
>University of Tennessee
>One reviewer "guaranteed" that it would be the most controversial paper
>Micah Beck
>University of Tennessee

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