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Comments for BW whois

11 Dec 2002 19:25 live

Definite must...
Works perfectly. I'd even go as far as saying this whois client should replace the "standard" that's used in most distributions. :)

05 Jun 2002 15:36 cozgo

bwwhois

 This program is very good, It is a modern SRS. This program is
avialable for public. However The programmer got problem ; All of his servers
were recently stolen. It has cost thousands of dollars and hundereds of hours
to get up and running again. Help is appreciated now more than ever. Please
click below for donate

A plea for help:
All of my servers were recently stolen (http://bw.org/april-2k2-saga.html).
It has cost thousands of dollars and hundereds of hours
to get up and running again. Help is appreciated now more than ever.


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29 Nov 2000 20:48 corriher

bwwhois
This program works well, and automatically helps to compensate for problems with the new whois system.
I give it a thumbs up, and send thanks the author.

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