[ntp:questions] Re: Fwd: [time] Man the pumps!
David L. Mills
mills at udel.edu
Fri Aug 19 23:44:36 UTC 2005
Somebody is ripping somebody off. Apparently I now have three evil twins
who stole my name. One is a psychiatrist, another a professor of music
at U Connecticut and now a guy who writes atheist books. Some three
years ago the alleged authors noted by Amazon worked a deal with
O'Reilly, but that deal was eventually terminated. The book being
incubated here is highly technical, definitely not an O'Reilly book. The
publisher is CRC Press, but they don't have the manuscript yet. I
strongly suspect that Amazon book is either a fraud or misrepresentation.
The book is mostly done and now in the cleanup and proof stages. See the
preliminary preface and contents via
www.eecis.udel.edu/~mills/book.html. I would cherish volunteers willing
to review one or more chapters, especially those with rich electrical
engineering and computer science content.
I have the Rybaczyk book, but have yet reviewed it., It seems targeted
for the O'Reilly set.
Brad Knowles wrote:
> At 12:25 PM -0700 2005-08-19, Eugen COCA wrote:
> That doesn't tell me squat about his experience with NTP. He sounds
> more like a Cisco/VOIP guy, from reading that article. BTW, you get the
> same text in the author description at
> a.k.a., <http://tinyurl.com/dzke9>.
> Amazon also lists the book by Dr. Mills, Poul-Henning Kamp, and John
> Barnes (okay, so who is John Barnes?), at
> a.k.a., <http://tinyurl.com/btuy3>.
> Then there's Matt Bishop's security analysis of NTPv2 he did for
> NASA at
> a.k.a., <http://tinyurl.com/9b3lu>.
> The book _Network Protocols Handbook_ by Javvin Technologies also
> apparently has a chapter on NTP. See
> a.k.a., <http://tinyurl.com/75wl9>. Of course, we don't know anything
> about Javvin Technologies, either.
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