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This FAQ is now cross-posted to news.answers and comp.answers. This newsgroup is archived periodically on ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/lsi-cad-faq [22.214.171.124]. Postings are archived as "part1" through "part4".
Our FAQ is also available through the WWW pages. You can access it at <URL:http://www.ece.ucdavis.edu/sscrl/clcfaq/faq/faq-toc.html> . I suggest this site above the one listed below, since ours is hyper-text formatted and the site below is essentially just a text to html conversion with no table of contents.
(from Thomas A. Fine <email@example.com>)
WWW I maintain an "archive" of news.answers available via WWW. As a matter of fact, I used WWW to read through your posting just last week. I found it very informative; thanks much. Advertise the following reference to get to the archive in general: <URL:http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu:80/hypertext/faq/usenet/FAQ-List.html>
or to get to your particular FAQ, give out this reference: <URL:http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu:80/hypertext/faq/usenet/lsi-cad-faq/top.html>
Gopher The news.answers introduction (which I pulled up in WWW ;-) lists the following gopher sites for the FAQs:
cc1.kuleuven.ac.be port 70 jupiter.sun.csd.unb.ca port 70 gopher.univ-lyon1.fr, port 70 ftp.win.tue.nl, port 70 gopher.win.tue.nl, port 70 kona.ee.pitt.edu 70I pulled this straight out of the news.answers Introduction:
Note that the periodic posting archives on rtfm.mit.edu are also accessible via WAIS (the database name is "usenet" on port 210). If you don't know what WAIS is, don't worry about it, although you can look in comp.infosystems.wais if you're curious. And don't write to us and ask, please; we unfortuately already have too many things to deal with without having to answer questions about other people's software.
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