WWW access to Hytelnet 6.5 now available

Tim Berners-Lee <timbl@www3.cern.ch>
Date: Thu, 24 Jun 93 15:38:28 +0200
From: Tim Berners-Lee <timbl@www3.cern.ch>
Message-id: <9306241338.AA02600@www3.cern.ch>
To: Campus-Wide Information Systems <CWIS-L%WUVMD.BITNET@cearn.bitnet>
Subject: WWW access to Hytelnet 6.5 now available
Cc: www-talk@nxoc01.cern.ch, www-announce@nxoc01.cern.ch,
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The latest Hytelnet database is available on the web. Point
any W3 browser (Cello, Mosaic, tkWWW, MacWeb, etc etc) at
or follow links to "Servers by type" and chose "Telnet".
It's also in the Mosaic "documents" menu.

Here are details of the changes from Peter Scott:

HYTELNET version 6.5, the database which gives an WWW user
instant-access to all Internet-accessible library catalogs,
FREE-NETS, CWISs, BBSs, Gophers, WAIS, etc. is now available. 

Version 6.5 is a major upgrade. Much redundant information has been
deleted, and errors have been corrected. Also all the new/updated
files created since Version 6.4 have been incorporated.
Certain files have been renamed to match their domain names.

Peter Scott
National Capital FreeNet