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RESULT: comp.sys.intel.ipsc310 will be removed

Discussion in 'Intel' started by The Big-8 Management Board, Aug 25, 2006.

  1. RESULT
    comp.sys.intel.ipsc310 will be removed

    The Last Call for Comments (LCC) on 14 Aug 2006 initiated a five-day
    period for final comments. Following the comment period, the Big-8
    Management board has decided by consensus to remove the newsgroup
    comp.sys.intel.ipsc310.

    This group will be removed on 28 Aug 2006.


    RATIONALE: remove comp.sys.intel.ipsc310

    comp.sys.intel.ipsc310 has not had any on-topic messages in the past 11
    months. In the past, most non-spam messages have been related to Intel
    processors rather than the Intel multibus-based systems.

    This RFD is part of a proposal to remove 31 low-traffic former-INET
    groups. Please see article <>, available here:

    http://news.killfile.org/?group=news.announce.newgroups&number=1363

    Note: the proposal to remove two of the 31 groups, comp.os.rsts and
    comp.std.announce, has been withdrawn.


    HISTORY:

    comp.sys.intel.ipsc310 has existed as an INET group at least since 1987. It was
    promoted to the standard Big 8 distribution in October 2000.


    DISTRIBUTION:

    This document has been posted to the following newsgroups:

    news.announce.newgroups
    news.groups
    comp.sys.intel.ipsc310
    comp.sys.intel


    PROPONENT:

    Jim Riley <>


    CHANGE HISTORY:

    2006-08-24 Result Posting
    2006-08-14 3rd RFD (Last call for Comments)
    2006-07-13 2nd ("comprehensive") RFD
    2006-07-06 1st RFD
     
    The Big-8 Management Board, Aug 25, 2006
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