Congratulations to the 10th anniversary of the IPJ and thanks for the
pointer to the IETF Journal. You are right: Like in the IPJ, all
articles for the IETF Journal are written by volunteers.
The IETF Journal is mostly reporting from developement and discussions
around IETF Meetings. If you know of any interesting or important
things happening during IETF 72 or - even better - if you would like
to contribute to the next issue, please do not hesitate to contact
The new issue (reporting about IETF 71) will be online soon and we'll
bring paper copies to Dublin. All previous issues can be seen here:
On 18.06 18:04, Ole Jacobsen wrote:
Pardon the intrusion, but many of you have asked me about this over
the years, and I am finally able to tell you that: ConneXions is now
Thanks to the Charles Babbage Institute at the University of
Minnesota, the entire collection (10 years, 117 issues, 3,662 pages)
has been scanned and converted to PDF files.
The collection is available here:
Information about other publications available from the Babbage
Institute can be found here:
This announcement happens to coincide with the publication of the 10th
anniversary issue of The Internet Protocol Journal (IPJ), the one I am
editing now, and the one you've seen at many IETF meetings. The June
2008 issue can be found at http://www.cisco.com/ipj and there will be
paper copies available in Dublin.
All this material is largely the result of folks like YOU: network
engineers willing to share your expertise by writing articles. Let me
take this opportunity to thank those who have contributed (both to
ConneXions and to IPJ) and encourage you to continue to do so. The
same goes, by the way, for material submitted to the IETF Journal. I
just happen to know that Mirjam is also looking for good articles.
See you in Dublin!
Ole J. Jacobsen
Editor and Publisher, The Internet Protocol Journal
Tel: +1 408-527-8972 Mobile: +1 415-370-4628
E-mail: ole(_at_)cisco(_dot_)com URL: http://www.cisco.com/ipj
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