From: Ritchey Lee (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Mar 23 2000 - 09:25:49 PST
Mitch and all,
I'm accessible at the above e-mail address. I also have a web site which is www.speedingedge.com. I'd give a hand.
> Hi Ray (and everyone),
> It's funny you should look into this and say there is so few volunteers.
> Seems Howard Johnson/Lee Ritchey/Doug Brooks are already available:
> http://www.signalintegrity.com - Howard Johnson, online
> http://www.chipcenter.com/signalintegrity/main.html (sig int/hi-speed)
> http://www.ultracad.com - Doug Brooks, online
> Lee Ritchey is available thru emails. If you don't have his email, or
> don't know who he is, find out!
> Just thought I'd throw this on the pile. Seems there is much info
> already available, we just need to find the people who know where it
> :) Mitch
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> > Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 16:17:01 -0800 (PST)
> > From: "Ray Anderson" <Raymond.Anderson@Eng.Sun.COM>
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> > Subject: [SI-LIST] : SI FAQ Proposal
> > Si-list members-
> > Long time subscribers to this mailing list will remember
> > from time to time about the need for a proper FAQ on Signal
> > and/or high-speed digital design topics. So far it has been
> agreed that
> > much effort would be required and a few pople have volunteered to
> > distribute some of the load - but until now there hasn't been
> > activity.
> > I was recently contacted by Andrew Phillips who is keen to see
> such an
> > FAQ-building project happen. He thinks it would help to have a
> > website to handle coordination of information gathering and
> > dissemination activities. He has put together a preliminary
> version of
> > such a website that can be viewed here:
> > http://www.scs.ch/~andrew/hsdd/hsdd.html
> > At the moment Andrew has listed a few 'topics' on high-speed
> > design that should be persued - there are of course many more
> that need
> > to be included. He is looking for volunteers who would like to
> > involved with working on each topic - specifically topic
> > (responsible for a particular topic) and topic peers (to help
> > and review information). Follow the links on the site if you are
> > interested in getting involved.
> > The site also includes other sections with general SI links,
> > news etc. So far there isn't much there - Andrew has included
> them as
> > ideas. He is looking for any constructive suggestions.
> > This sounds like a great way to coordinate an FAQ-building
> project -
> > what do you think? Want to get involved? Check it out.
> > -Ray Anderson
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