Re: E-Scouting Newsletter (fwd)
David Jansen (jansen@STRWCHEM.STRW.LEIDENUNIV.NL)
Fri, 24 Jun 1994 20:50:15 +0000
I received this reply to my previous message concerning the set-up
of a central WWW server. I think it was intended to go to the list :
Eric Kozowski writes:
>>In fact, since the World Wide Web is a distributed information service,
>>anyone who has some information to offer (and who has the right software)
>>can set up a home page. Now include links to other scouting-related pages
>>around the world to complete the World Wide Scouting Information Service.
>>If anyone is willing to set up such a server, I'd be glad to help. I have
>>set up Web-pages before, but unfortunately, I don't have the diskspace
>>to set up a scouting server myself at the moment.
>OK, I'll volunteer. I have not setup a WWW server before so it may take
>some time, but I'll do it. Ideally I would serve as a central server
>with links pointing to other home pages. Are there any experienced WWW
>admins out there that would like to give me a hand??
>Eric Kozowski Summit Design, Inc.
>firstname.lastname@example.org 9305 SW Gemini Drive
>Systems Administrator Beaverton, OR 97005
>VOICE: 503/643-9281 FAX: 503/646-4954
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