#40561From:Ulrich Schroeter
To:All
Date:19-10-2018 12:09:19
Subj:Z2PNT compile state (19.10.2018)
;A Zone 2 Fidonet pointlist for Friday 19-Oct-2018 -- Day number 292 : 52949
;S
;S Pointlist DateTime modified Pointlist Keeper
;S --------- ------------------- ---------------------------------------
;S R20PNT 2018-10-18 23:03:00 RPK Tommi Koivula (2:221/360)
;S R24PNT 2018-10-18 19:02:14 RPK Ulrich Schroeter (2:240/1120)
;S R25PNT ---- NOT FOUND ---- RPK Vince Coen (2:250/1)
;S R28PNT 2018-10-19 00:01:02 RPK Michiel van der Vlist (2:280/5555)
;S R29PNT 2018-10-19 00:05:02 RPK Niels Joncheere (2:292/789)
;S R30PNT ---- NOT FOUND ----
;S R31PNT 2018-10-12 02:00:22 RPK Helmut Renner (2:31/0)
;S R33PNT 2018-03-02 22:48:06 RPK Fabio Bizzi (2:335/364)
;S R34PNT 2012-11-30 06:32:00
;S R40PNT ---- NOT FOUND ----
;S R41PNT ---- NOT FOUND ----
;S R42PNT ---- NOT FOUND ----
;S R45PNT 2018-07-05 21:47:04 RPK Alexey Korotkov (2:455/19)
;S R46PNT 2018-10-18 14:00:06 RPK Dmitriy Polyakov (2:46/200)
;S R48PNT ---- NOT FOUND ---- RPK robert jakub (2:4800/42)
;S R50PNT 2018-10-19 06:12:06 RPK Evgeny Vetrov (2:50/4)
;S R56PNT ---- NOT FOUND ----

Every RPK who is interested in participating the Z2PNT
distribution, forwarding Regional Pointlist segments
not yet included in the Z2PNT list and in distributing
the Z2PNT list can contact me via netmail
to establish a link:
Ulrich Schroeter, 2:240/1120 (2:2/1003)


Z2PK

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#40562From:Benny Pedersen
To:Wilfred van Velzen
Date:20-10-2018 15:18:03
Subj:Re: Nlcheck report
Hello Wilfred!

19 Oct 2018 10:38, Wilfred van Velzen wrote to All:

WvV> There are no changes compared to the last report for nodelist.264.
WvV> Except less nodes (1002 -> 997).

we only need w@rd, if his server could handle it :)


Regards Benny

... there can only be one way of life, and it works :)

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#40563From:Wilfred van Velzen
To:Benny Pedersen
Date:20-10-2018 17:40:00
Subj:Re: Nlcheck report
Hi Benny,

On 2018-10-20 15:18:06, you wrote to me:

WvV>> There are no changes compared to the last report for nodelist.264.
WvV>> Except less nodes (1002 -> 997).

BP> we only need w@rd, if his server could handle it :)

Does Ward have server?


Bye, Wilfred.

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#40564From:Benny Pedersen
To:Wilfred van Velzen
Date:20-10-2018 16:01:29
Subj:Re: Nlcheck report
Hello Wilfred!

20 Oct 2018 17:40, Wilfred van Velzen wrote to Benny Pedersen:

WvV>>> There are no changes compared to the last report for nodelist.264.
WvV>>> Except less nodes (1002 -> 997).

BP>> we only need w@rd, if his server could handle it :)

WvV> Does Ward have server?

windows xp pro ?

or stable windows 95 ?


Regards Benny

... there can only be one way of life, and it works :)

--- Msged/LNX 6.1.2 (Linux/4.14.65-gentoo (x86_64))
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#40565From:Henri Derksen
To:Wilfred van Velzen
Date:21-10-2018 13:10:00
Subj:Nlcheck report.
Hi Wilfred,

WvV>>> There are no changes compared to the last report for nodelist.264.
WvV>>> Except less nodes (1002 -> 997).

BP>> we only need w@rd, if his server could handle it :)

WvV> Does Ward have server?

That's magical.
997 is the biggist prime below 1000.
Let's try to keep that.

Henri.

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#40566From:Benny Pedersen
To:Henri Derksen
Date:22-10-2018 12:46:00
Subj:Nlcheck report.
Hello Henri!

21 Oct 2018 13:10, Henri Derksen wrote to Wilfred van Velzen:

HD> That's magical.
HD> 997 is the biggist prime below 1000.
HD> Let's try to keep that.

and 7 is the smallest, dont let that happend :)


Regards Benny

... there can only be one way of life, and it works :)

--- Msged/LNX 6.1.2 (Linux/4.14.65-gentoo (x86_64))
* Origin: I will always keep a PC running CPM 3.0 (2:230/0)
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#40567From:Ward Dossche
To:Benny Pedersen
Date:22-10-2018 15:05:26
Subj:Re: Nlcheck report.
BP>HD> 997 is the biggist prime below 1000.
...
BP> and 7 is the smallest, dont let that happend :)

Danish humour ... I'm certain ...

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#40568From:Alexey Vissarionov
To:Benny Pedersen
Date:22-10-2018 16:10:05
Subj:Nlcheck report.
Good ${greeting_time}, Benny!

22 Oct 2018 12:46:00, you wrote to Henri Derksen:

HD>> That's magical.
HD>> 997 is the biggist prime below 1000.
HD>> Let's try to keep that.
BP> and 7 is the smallest, dont let that happend :)

3 is less.
2 is even lesser.


--
Alexey V. Vissarionov aka Gremlin from Kremlin
gremlin.ru!gremlin; +vii-cmiii-cmlxxvii-mmxlviii

... god@universe:~ # cvs up && make world
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#40569From:Benny Pedersen
To:Alexey Vissarionov
Date:22-10-2018 14:24:14
Subj:Nlcheck report.
Hello Alexey!

22 Oct 2018 16:10, Alexey Vissarionov wrote to Benny Pedersen:

HD>>> That's magical.
HD>>> 997 is the biggist prime below 1000.
HD>>> Let's try to keep that.
BP>> and 7 is the smallest, dont let that happend :)

AV> 3 is less.
AV> 2 is even lesser.

fever nodes, the better, no more silly fights of who did what

AV> ... god@universe:~ # cvs up && make world

is people still using cvs ? :)

emerge --sync && emerge -auDNU @world


Regards Benny

... there can only be one way of life, and it works :)

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