Requesting a reference for a book on NNTP

TuxTrax TuxTrax at fortress.tuxnet.net
Thu Aug 8 05:13:23 CEST 2002


On Mon, 05 Aug 2002 11:28:36 -0400, Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz Wrote in
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> 
> In <30770aa4.0207241752.ace193b at posting.google.com>, on 07/24/2002
>    at 06:52 PM, bogusdrop at myself.com (TuxTrax) said:
> 
>>I am beginning a project in python, that will require a greater
>>understanding of NNTP protocols (and python!) than I currently
>>possess.
> 
> Well, in addition to reading RFC 1036 and extensions, you might look
> for books by Comer or Stevens that cover NNTP. I also concurr with the
> suggestion to check what is available from www.ora.com; they are a
> valuable resource.
> 
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Not needed, but thanks anyway. Python has an amazing NNTP library that
is a true no brainer to use. I am well on my way in a project that I
thought was going to take me a very long time because I didn't know of
this library. Python rocks!

Cheers,

Mathew

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