Re: OT - Book(s) idea posted 08/01/2000
- Subject: Re: OT - Book(s) idea
- From: Sam Munzani <sam@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 1 Aug 2000 09:23:43 -0500 (CDT)
- Cc: ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- In-reply-to: <006f01bffb0d$32b87800$120310ac@tatooine>
Definately good idea. A lot of times I have to support people while I am
not in front of a router or even a computer and have to support them for
command lines. I would buy one of those if you publish it.
On Mon, 31 Jul 2000, Keith Kruepke wrote:
> Group members,
> My friend Paul Cernick (who is also a member of this list) and I are talking with O'Reilly and Associates about the possibility of publishing a series of Cisco-related pocket references. We are trying to determine whether or not these pocket references would be a good idea. O'Reilly's current pocket references are about 7"x4" in size and get up to ~100 pages. They are very handy for carrying information with you, wherever you may be working any given day.
> Initially, we were thinking of focusing on routing protocols, such as pocket references about BGP, OSPF, IGRP/EIGRP, etc. They would cover the configuration commands related to each routing protocol, with a goal similar to that of the Cisco command references, but we would write the descriptions ourselves. Of course, the books would also be smaller and portable, and each one would have a more limited focus.
> Because this mailing list is such a great resource for reaching those who work with Cisco equipment, we thought it would be worthwhile to poll it for opinions. We are interested in finding out what people think of this idea. We would appreciate feedback about who would be interested in such books and even which topics would be of interest.
> Thanks in advance for sharing your opinions.
> Keith Kruepke
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