Carl Malamud interviews Steve Kille, perhaps the most articulate and thoughtful of the OSI fanatics. Kille makes a persuasive case for protocols like X.400, X.500, and the OSI presentation layer. Kille, a former computer scientist at University College London, brings his unique hands-on perspective implementing OSI and related protocols to his current position as the head of the ISODE Consortium. ISODE is considered by most experts in the field to be the leading OSI implementation and the work of the Consortium forms the basis for commercial products attempting to meet purchasing requirements contained in GOSIP profiles around the world.
Steve Kille, Part 1 (17MB from UIUC)
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