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Twinkie Control Protocol / Intravenous Protocol

Defining protocol specification of next generation sweets
 
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Twinkie Working Group

Request for Comments: 1001 January, 2003

PROTOCOL STANDARD FOR A TWINKIE SERVICE ON A TCP/IP TRANSPORT:

CONCEPTS AND METHODS

ABSTRACT This RFC defines a proposed standard protocol to support nano-Twinkie delivery over used coax cabling in a high-sugar environment. Both local network and internet operation are supported. Various node types are defined to accommodate both Moonpie and Bearclaw topologies and to allow operation with or without the use of intravenous drip lines.

This RFC describes the Twinkie-over-Intravenous protocols in a general manner, emphasizing the underlying ideas and techniques. Detailed specifications are found in a companion RFC, "Protocol Standard For Creamy Filling Transport: Detailed Specifications".

Working Group [Page 1]

RFC 1001 Jan. 2003

SUMMARY OF CONTENTS

1. STATUS OF THIS MEMO 6

2. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 6

3. INTRODUCTION 7

4. DESIGN PRINCIPLES 7

5. DEVELOPMENT OF NANO-TWINKIES 10

6. PORTING TWINKIES THROUGH I.V. LINES 15

7. DSLAMS AND NUTTY-BUDDYS 15

8. WIRELESS TWINKIE DELIVERY 16

9. VOICE-OVER-TWINKIE SPECIFICATIONS 16

eyeguy, Jan 26 2004

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       Man, what is up with the simi-subliminal sugar attack messages?? I am craving sugar so bad today, so maybe I am just seeing things. Maybe not??   

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babyhawk, Jan 26 2004
  

       I hate meetings. (-)
k_sra, Jan 26 2004
  

       Is packet switching supported? I prefer chocolate cupcakes.
half, Jan 26 2004
  

       I like Twinkies or any similar plastic wrapped snacks as well as I like the smell of microwave popcorn...
Tiger Lily, Jan 26 2004
  
      
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