Mathematica Anonymous FTP Archive Moves
- To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
- Subject: Mathematica Anonymous FTP Archive Moves
- From: stevec at yoda.physics.unc.edu
- Date: Sat, 25 Jan 92 00:53:40 EST
MathGroup Members: The Mathematica mailing list archive has been moved. It is now on yoda.physics.unc.edu (184.108.40.206). This is an anonymous ftp server only at this time. There is no BITNET support. The files are in the pub directory. Subdirectories there are MathGroup_Mail_Archive Packages Sci.Math.Symbolic The Packages subdirectory currently contains the directories BRAIDS JACOBSON SIGNAL_PROCESSING COCHLEAR_MODEL JANHUNEN SKIENA DEMPSEY MAEDER STANFORD HELPPACKAGE MISCELLANEOUS TEX-MMA HEPHYSICS PLOTTOOL The name of the directory either indicates what is in it or the person who contributed the contents of the directory. I will be creating an index when I get time. If you have contributed something to the archive in the past, please send me an update if you have one. I have updated the TEX-MMA and JACOBSON directories already. The STANFORD directory contains everything that is on the otter.stanford.edu archive. I will attempt to mirror that archive periodically. The people at Stanford have done an excellent job getting a lot of programs organized in a nice form. In some of the directories, there are compressed tar files (.tar.Z) files for easy network transfer (don't forget to set binary transfer in your ftp session). The MathGroup_Mail_Archive and Sci.Math.Symbolic directories contain old MathGroup mail and some of the articles in the net newsgroup of the same name. These are out of date. I plan to update them soon. I have started to archive all of the sci.math.symbolic articles and will try to keep that directory updated at least once per month. If you have anything to contribute to the archive, there are two ways to do it. If the files are small, you can email them to me and I will place them there. Please include a README or other description file so that users can find out what is there. I will also mail the description file to the mailing list announcing its availability. If your files are large or there are many files, you can ftp them to the incoming directory on the server. Disk space is limited so please notify me if you put something on the server. I can also accept 1/4" QIC-24 or QIC-150 tar tapes, 800K Mac 3.5" disks or MS-DOS format 3/5" disks sent to the address below. If you have any problems accessing the server or suggestions, please send email to mathgroup-request at yoda.physics.unc.edu. Steve Christensen MathSolutions, Inc. P.O. Box 16175 Chapel Hill, NC 27516 USA Phone/FAX: 919-967-9853 One final note: If you send mail to the mailing list and it "bounces", try sending to stevec at wri.com. Mail to that address does not go to the yoda machine. If yoda goes down, there is no good way for me to let you know. So, if you do not hear from the mailing list for a few weeks, send me an email and I will let you know what is going on.