- January 2013 -- Highlights
2012 was a intense year of progress and change for the RFC Editor. With a new RFC Series Editor, a revival of the RFC Format discussion, several changes to the RFC Editor website, the beta rollout of a new search page, and 338 RFCs published, the RFC Editor is picking up the pace for an even more intense 2013.
2013 starts with final comments being received on the RFC Format Requirements draft and ramp up of the work on the Style Guide.
- September 2012 -- Highlights
The RFC Series Format Development draft describing the requirements for changes in the format for RFCs has been posted. Discussions regarding the requirements will ooccur on the rfc-interest mailing list and at a BoF at IETF #85.
- February 2012 -- Highlights
The focus this month, updating information on Copyright. See
RFC Copyrights & IPR and
RFC Editor Guidelines and Procedures.
Curious about the latest editorial queue stats? They are looking
good: Current Stats
- March 2013 -- Highlights
On 14 March 2013, the IAB approved for publication the RFC Series Format
Requirements and Future Development draft. This document sets the current
requirements and direction for the format of RFCs and indicates that there will
be changes forthcoming to both the traditional 100% ASCII format as well as to
the RFC Style Guide.
For an archive of previous news items, see http://www.rfc-editor.org/news-archive.html.
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