[rfc-dist] FYI0017 RFC 4677 on The Tao of IETF - A Novice's Guide to the Internet Engineering Task Force
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Title: The Tao of IETF -
A Novice's Guide to the Internet
Engineering Task Force
Author: P. Hoffman, S. Harris
Date: September 2006
Mailbox: paul.hoffman at vpnc.org,
srh at umich.edu
I-D Tag: draft-hoffman-taobis-08.txt
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