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RFD: Remove comp.sys.intel.ipsc310

Discussion in 'Intel' started by Jim Riley, Jul 18, 2006.

  1. Jim Riley

    Jim Riley Guest


    This is a formal Request For Discussion (RFD) to remove the following
    Usenet newsgroup:

    remove comp.sys.intel.ipsc310

    RATIONALE: remove comp.sys.intel.ipsc310

    This is one of a set of 31 low-traffic former INET groups proposed for
    removal. Please see the article

    "2nd RFD: Remove low traffic former INET groups"

    posted to news.announce.newgroups and news.groups for a more general


    RATIONALE: remove comp.sys.intel.ipsc310

    The newsgroup line is:

    |comp.sys.intel.ipsc310 Anything related to the Intel 310.

    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.



    The full (draft) group removal procedure is documented here:


    Those who wish to comment on this request to remove this newsgroup
    should subscribe to news.groups and participate in the relevant threads
    in that newsgroup.

    To this end, the followup header of this RFD has been set to

    All discussion of active proposals should be posted to news.groups.

    If desired by the readership of closely affected groups, the discussion
    may be crossposted to those groups, but care must be taken to ensure
    that all discussion appears in news.groups as well.


    news.announce.newgroups (omitted)


    Jim Riley <>


    2006-07-08 Original RFD.
    Jim Riley, Jul 18, 2006
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