File Service Protocol
<protocol> (FSP) A protocol, similar to FTP, for copying files between
computers. It's designed for anonymous archives, and has protection against
server and network overloading. It doesn't use connections so it can survive
interruptions in service.
Until 1993-08-12, FSP didn't stand for anything. Wen-King was responsible for
the initials and Michael Grubb
<firstname.lastname@example.org> for their eventual expansion. Other suggestions were
"File Slurping Protocol", "Flaky Stream Protocol" and "FTP's Sexier Partner".
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