Date: Tue, 13.12.11 10:25
ml>> it is not required... neither is a RC or, for that matter, NC, NEC,
ml>> ZC, and ZEC flag ;)
BF> The *C flags are purely political attempts to differentiate
BF> between political and technical hats. ZC, RC an NC all default to
BF> what's listed as Zone, Region and Host in the nodelist.
Not at all. In a user-specified string, the U,NC flag is used by the
Network Coordinator of a net which has split the duties of NC and Host and
the NC does NOT occupy the Net/0 position in the nodelist.
However, the ZC and RC flags are not split at any time, so there is no
need for a user flag. OTH, the *ECs are listed like the NC flag for the
same reasons as the NC flag. U,ZEC - U,REC - U,NEC
BF> But surely you already knew that...?
You surely should have known this, being a freshly elected FTSC member.
,,,By the time you find greener pastures, you can't climb the fence!
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