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[ih] internet-future mailing list ?

Brian E Carpenter wrote:
> Isn't this a large part of what SIGCOMM does for a living?
> https://doi.org/10.1145/3341302.3342075 for example.

If an internet-futures discussion fell behind a paywall, would anyone notice?

>From my point of view, ACM and all its SIGs have rendered themselves
irrelevant by refusing to allow ordinary public online access.  Fully
half the reason the Internet protocols caught on was because anyone and
everyone was encouraged to download them, read them, share them, and
understand them.

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