> > > Pro zajimavost.
> > Zajimave to je - ten odkaz uz neexistuje. Treba zmenili nazor, ostatne je
> > to blbost - proc by to nemohlo bezet na SSH.
> Zrejme zmenili, otazka je kdy, tohle tam visi podle data od 1. kvetna 2016,
> coz je pred Tuttlovym pokusem:
Dik, kluci, tak jsem mu hned napsal (dole) a rychle odpovedel. Ma to, chudak,
slozity. Az neresitelny. Vytvoril typickou americkou odpoved.
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Subject: Re: [Telnet BBS Guide] New User Registration
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2017 17:38:53 -0500
From: David Perrussel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Vla Macek <email@example.com>
We've been trying to figure out how to properly list SSH systems on here. The
issue is that if I listed a SSH only system, when people do a listing search
the search will come up blank because the SSH listing ONLY shows up if a user
goes to your specific listing.
That's just how the system works. It lists the telnet field, but not the SSH
field. Can't do both at the same time.
On Tue, Nov 28, 2017 at 8:00 AM, Vlada Macek <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Dave, hi again,
a few months ago I tried to register the SSH-only system Piskoviste BBS,
that I run. Today the BBS has 20th anniversary. I got your response
with the link
Interesting is we now found the article
which dates a year before my attempt. Further, the article you refered to
does not exist anymore.
It's a bit confusing. Is it so that you still refuse SSH-only systems?