Re: Request for Comments

Jamie Rishaw (jamie@dilbert.iagnet.net)
Wed, 25 Jun 1997 19:34:44 -0400 (EDT)


I think it should be alphabetical. Any domain that did more than,
say, 10,000,000 * 2^20 keys.. that's 194.. 1,000,000 * 2^20 leaves
756 domains.. you cant make the print _too_ small.

It wasnt a competition amongst us all, it was a group effort.

> On Wed, Jun 25, 1997 at 03:13:41PM -0700, Adam Haberlach wrote:
>
> > On the other hand, out of fairness, I would like to see the
> > cumulative stats be used, as this was not a demonstration of
> > computing speed, but computing POWER. [...]
>
> I agree. I'd rather see the T-shirt list off the top 400, or even
> the top 1000 level 2 domains, without the domain key rates, than
> 50, or even 100 domains with key rates. How about
>
> [DESCHALL keyrate: XXX billion keys/sec]
>
> uiuc.edu psu.edu cmu.edu gatech.edu
> sun.com mit.edu orst.edu ucla.edu
> ...
> and on, in row,column format by rank since the start.
>
> The sheer number of domains impresses me a lot more than the
> keyrates by sun.com. Afterall, that's what a distributed effort
> is all about.
>
> Dave.
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