The NSRC cultivates collaboration among a community of peers to build and improve a global Internet that benefits all parties. We facilitate the growth of sustainable Internet infrastructure via technical training and engineering assistance to enrich the network of networks. Our goal is to connect people.
For more information about the Network Startup Resource Center our main site is at https://nsrc.org/.
The LEARN web site of the NSRC provides educational content about technical Internet topics with a mix of video clips, accompanying reference documents and command line examples.
Contact the NSRC group with specific questions or suggestions about (learn.nsrc.org), or send email to: email@example.com.
The perfSONAR project maintains a mailing list covering matters of installation, configuration, bug reports, or general performance discussions: firstname.lastname@example.org
To sign up for this mailing list, please see this web site:
The Energy Sciences Network maintains a resource page for ScienceDMZ related topics and has information on subscribing to a discussion email list for engineers, researchers, or others interested in Science DMZ at https://fasterdata.es.net/science-dmz/.
ESnet has also created a discussion email list for those interested in Science DMZ to discuss use cases, best practices and share ideas. To subscribe, send email to email@example.com with the subject "subscribe esnet-sciencedmz".
REFEDS (the Research and Education FEDerations group) maintains an index of mailing lists covering matters relevant to Federated Identity and Managment: REFEDS mailing list manager https://lists.refeds.org/sympa/lists