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- From: Alex Rubenstein
- Date: Fri May 26 17:41:15 2000
As is: http://www.nac.net/outages.asp
which, if I could find the link, goes back to 1995...
On Fri, 26 May 2000, Martin Cooper wrote:
> Steve Kann <stevek@SteveK.COM> writes:
> > I have to say, that in my experience, the only company who practices
> > full disclosure is AboveNet. Even to outsiders, they have the current
> > capacity and usage levels of just about every single link in their
> > network, as well as their tech announcements archive open to the public.
> > I've seen other "pretty" network status pages from providers, but none
> > show you the useful information you need.
> INSnet (admittedly not a tier-1) has a pretty neat policy on
> disclosure, even including a detailed description of the fixes
> for problems as well as the causes of them, which is nice.
> See <URL:http://www1.insnet.net/> for an idea of it.