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Re: Publish or (gulp) Perish

  • From: Scott Whyte
  • Date: Tue Mar 23 15:38:29 2004

Daniel Golding wrote:
Slightly off-topic...

Most technical fields have standard journals that they use to publish
interesting findings and new ways of doing things. Everything from Nature to
the JAMA. Here's the question for the group: Do these sorts of publications
exist in the networking/carrier/internetworking space, and if not, should
they?

Some possible examples (if anyone reads them):
SIGCOMM (http://www.acm.org/sigcomm/),
BCR (http://www.bcr.com/bcrmag/),
Cisco's IPJ (http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/759/).

I'm leaving off "news" publications like Light Reading and Network World.
Any thoughts? Have NANOG powerpoint presentations made these sorts of
journals obsolete? :)

 IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking?






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