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|List Archive||Last Post|
|Services Working Group||19 January 2018|
|IANA Transition||9 June 2016|
|ARIN Whois-RWS Pilot||05 September 2010|
|ARIN RPKI Pilot||09 July 2009|
|ARIN RESTful Provisioning Interfaces||N/A|
|IPv6 Working Group||1 March 2005|
|Database Implementation Working Group||30 December 2004|
|Routing Table Measurement and Analysis||6 July 2004|
|NRR-Blueprint||10 September 2003|
|IP Allocations Policies Working Group||26 March 2003|
|Community Learning and Education Working Group (CLEW)||7 November 2002|
|Virtual Webhosting Committee||31 July 2001|
|NAIPR||3 November 1997|