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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.

    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

    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:


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    comp.std.announce, has been withdrawn.


    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.


    This document has been posted to the following newsgroups:



    Jim Riley <>


    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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