RFC for Internet Interfacing Items (e.g. Rail Modelling, Server Types) / Rail Model Free font for Coders

From: Krishna Birth (krishnabirth@gmail.com)
Date: Sat Jan 15 2011 - 15:00:45 CST

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    I would be interested to find out from the IETF (Internet Engineering Tasक
    Force) if there is a RFC (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Request_for_Comments)
    for computer users that allows them to individually control, for example
    rail modelling / railroad modelling (my specific circumstance, see next
    paragraph) in other geographic locations via the Internet and World Wide
    Web. Thus users could view on website/s live videos of the rail modelling
    station and rail modelling train/s and could enable their movement including
    things for example pulley, cranes etc.

    The reasons for this (my specific circumstance) is for My Spiritual Master,
    His Divine Grace A C Bhaकtivedanta Swami Prabhupada (Hare कrishna Founder)
    signalling automated initiations via Rail Modelling in November 1977 in
    order to continue spiritually being the initiating spiritual master
    eternally till humanity remains humanity.

    Also please tell me if there is any RFCs for server types, for example I am
    interested in hosting applications and sites on servers that are watercooled
    with India's holy rivers (for example, River Ganges) distilled water.

    There is a font for coders called Rail Model:


    Copyright: Copyright (c) 2010, Copyright (c) Holder for the commissioned
    (Unicode 0915) devanagri glyph design as the new 11th english and european
    glyph and the cancellation of the previous k / K is (His Divine Grace)
    Prabhupada, Founder Acharya & Permanent Sole Initiator of the Panca Tattva /
    Caitanya Mahaprabhu / Vaisnava Movement, the permanent person not the
    estate, state, representative/s or representative organisation/s etc. All
    Rights Reserved. (full and also other copyright information at accompanying
    font files)

    Description: November 20 2010 (Hrant H Papazian) Version 1.1 Ð k/K (Unicode
    glyphs /006B and /004B) exchanged through Unicode glyph / uni0915 Ð released

    N: Hrant H Papazian
    E: hpapazian.....
    W: http://www.themicrofoundry.com
    D: Designer Ð Unicode glyph /uni0915 upper and lower case



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