[time-nuts] documentation for beginners (was: Followup (still want a GPS-type NTP refclock))
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Mon Oct 22 11:23:15 EDT 2012
Count on me for that. I am doing my thesis in network synchronization and NTP will be the main course. I will be posting a brief of the thesis and all related information in my soon to be published web page. I dream NTP now…
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On Oct 22, 2012, at 3:14 AM, Azelio Boriani <azelio.boriani at screen.it> wrote:
> And don't forget those NTP people. BTW, is there an NTP packet exchange
> example? That is, what is the typical "conversation" between an NTP server
> and a client?
> On Mon, Oct 22, 2012 at 7:28 AM, Hal Murray <hmurray at megapathdsl.net> wrote:
>> tvb at LeapSecond.com said:
>>> BTW, the best time & frequency glossary on the web so far is at:
>>> There's also an index at:
>> That's a good example of a point I didn't make last time...
>> Official sites like NIST usually don't do a good job of linking out to
>> sites. When they do, they often go to official or manufacturers sites
>> than informal/amateur sites.
>> That's not bad, but it might not help newbies find places like time-nuts
>> they are trying to get started.
>> I should have mentioned that there is nothing wrong with having multiple
>> FAQ/Wiki sites run by amateurs. The trick is that they usually cross-link
>> each other. If google (or dumb luck) takes you to one, that usually helps
>> you find the others.
>> These are my opinions. I hate spam.
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