[time-nuts] My Drifting Cesium Plot

David Kirkby david.kirkby at onetel.net
Sun Apr 24 10:07:40 EDT 2005

John Ackermann N8UR wrote:
> Brooke Clarke wrote:
>> PS I've attached the pdf plot to see of the listserver will allow it
> The listserver is currently set to accept attachments up to 128k in 
> size, and it blocks executable filenames (e.g., .com, .exe, .bat, .pif).
> I can increase the allowable size if folks want; 128k seemed like a 
> reasonable starting point, but it's sure not cast in stone.   We 
> currently have 89 subscribers on the list, so from a system load 
> perspective I don't want to start blasting 89 copies of a 5MB file, but 
> we can certainly compromise somewhere in the middle if the 128k limit is 
> too small.
> Also, for anyone who doesn't have webspace available, I can offer to 
> host large files so group members can download them on demand.
> John
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Can one chose as an option on the list's configuration not to download 
attachments? That might be useful if you go much over 256k or so, since 
if there are a lot of files being passed around, someone with limited 
bandwidth might have problems.

Someone kindly sent me a group of files (40MB zipped) related to the HP 
5370B using


where you can send upto a 1GB file to an individual, or a group of 
individuals. The file is uploaded on their site and they send a link to 
the intended receivers of the file with a URL for a download. Useful, 
but not as an achieve, as the files are deleted after 1 week.

Dr. David Kirkby,

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