Finger protocol

In computer networking, the Name/Finger protocol and the Finger user information protocol are simple network protocols for the exchange of human-oriented status and user information.

Name/Finger protocol

The Name/Finger protocol, written by David Zimmerman, is based on Request for Comments document RFC 742 (December 1977) as an interface to the name and finger programs that provide status reports on a particular computer system or a particular person at network sites. The finger program was written in 1971 by Les Earnest who created the program to solve the need of users who wanted information on other users of the network. Information on who is logged-in was useful to check the availability of a person to meet. This was probably the earliest form of presence information for remote network users.

Prior to the finger program, the only way to get this information was with a who program that showed IDs and terminal line numbers (the server's internal number of the communication line, over which the user's terminal is connected) for logged-in users. Earnest named his program after the idea that people would run their fingers down the who list to find what they were looking for.

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Jumbo testing bio-fuel use during offshore decommissioning project

Offshore Energy Today 19 Aug 2019
Dutch offshore heavy lift, installation, and transportation firm Jumbo will test the use of bio-fuel oil aboard one of its vessels during an upcoming offshore decommissioning project. Jumbo has.. ... ....
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Egyptian solar projects worth $140m begin operations

The National 19 Aug 2019
Two major new solar projects in Egypt with a 130 megawatt peak capacity have begun commercial operations ... Saudi Arabia's first wind project reaches financial close. Saipem to develop Saudi Arabia's first offshore wind scheme with UAE firm ... Round 2 was launched in September 2016 and saw 30 projects capable of generating 2GW of power receive funding....
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Deepwater Operation/Topsides

ZDNet 19 Aug 2019
Deepwater Operation and Topsides, Platforms, and Hulls bring together operating and engineering teams working with offshore project... ....
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Woodfibre LNG poised to proceed with $1.6-billion project within weeks

Canada Dot Com 19 Aug 2019
CALGARY – In a few short weeks, Woodfibre LNG is poised to become the second liquefied natural gas export project to break ground on Canada’s West Coast even as other advanced Canadian LNG proposals have been delayed yet again ... Keane said the company has been negotiating with China National Offshore Oil Corp....
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Maybe we should just kill all the white dolphins

Taipei Times 19 Aug 2019
However, and somewhat ironically given the apparent conflict between gillnetters and dolphins, this area is also extremely “favored” by industry as a dumping area for polluted discharge (air and water), land reclamation and other cementification projects, noise and most recently and notably, the NT$100 billion offshore wind farm development....
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No logic in delaying offshore wind projects

Cape Cod Times 17 Aug 2019
On one hand, the Trump administration has announced it will gut key protections in the Endangered Species Act so that some of its favored logging and fossil fuel drilling projects can go forward ... offshore wind development, to a halt because of a professed concern about the cumulative impacts of developing this clean energy resource ... ....
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SAILING/ Fishing boats to be hired to secure sailing venue during Olympics

Asahi News 17 Aug 2019
Sources said those who agree to use their craft to prevent other boats from encroaching on the sailing events would be paid a daily rate ... 17 to Aug. 22 ... Patrol boats are commonly used for offshore projects like land reclamation work to ensure non-essential craft do not hamper construction work....
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California sound system tries to keep whales and ships apart

Columbia Missourian 17 Aug 2019
"The Santa Barbara Channel is like a buffet for a lot of whales," said Douglas McCauley, director of the Benioff Ocean Initiative at University of California, Santa Barbara, which is sponsoring the $1.5 million project....
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Another Voice: Wind turbine farms do not belong in Lake Erie

The Buffalo News 17 Aug 2019
By Another Voice. Published Fri, Aug 16, 2019. By Paul Michalec. In April, I attended a meeting with Diamond Wind where the company presented a proposal to place 50 wind turbines in Lake Erie, from Buffalo to Dunkirk ... My argument falls into three categories ... Rates are also going up to support the state’s offshore wind project in the Atlantic Ocean ... ....
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Sri Lanka, China hold seminar on China's reform and opening up in 40 years

Xinhua 16 Aug 2019
COLOMBO, Aug ... The minister said that Sri Lanka had attracted many Chinese investments in recent years and these investments will put Sri Lanka on the global map particularly with the development of projects such as the Colombo International Financial Center which will be a hub for offshore financial and knowledge services in South Asia ... ....
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Harris talks health care, trade and clean energy

Herald Mail 16 Aug 2019
Topics of conversation shifted back and forth throughout the lunch, but Harris spent a significant amount of time detailing his thoughts on the Ocean City windmill farm project ... The windmill project intends to boost Maryland’s renewable energy supply, erecting the nation’s second and largest offshore wind farm near Ocean City....
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Community leaders rally for action on federal permit for Vineyard Wind

Cape Cod Times 16 Aug 2019
WEST BARNSTABLE — A dozen community leaders who support the promised benefits of offshore wind energy projects in the region called for action Thursday to help Vineyard Wind obtain a critical federal permit that is now expected to be delayed through the end of the ......
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California tests sound system in attempt to keep whales and ships apart

Stars and Stripes 16 Aug 2019
"The Santa Barbara Channel is like a buffet for a lot of whales," said Douglas McCauley, director of the Benioff Ocean Initiative at University of California, Santa Barbara, which is sponsoring the $1.5 million project....

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