[rfc-i] The RFC Editor gets fan mail ...
touch at ISI.EDU
Mon Dec 6 12:25:47 PST 2004
An English major who takes a name and makes a plural with an apostrophe?
Everything I've come to expect from years of English-teacher training.
As to being charged with writing a completely useless document, this
email is a great start.
Bob Braden wrote:
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>>From rfc-ed at ISI.EDU Mon Sep 6 22:08:24 2004
> From: "Wally Williams" <wallythered at sbcglobal.net>
> To: <rfc-editor at rfc-editor.org>
> Subject: Congratulations!
> Date: Mon, 6 Sep 2004 22:06:33 -0700
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> Congratulations are due to you for creating the database of RFC's accessible
> through http://www.rfc-editor.org. It is absolutely incomprehensible, even
> though I have a Master's degree in English and have earned my living as a
> technical writer for thirty years plus. In all that time I have never been
> charged with creating an completely useless document, and would not have
> thought there was demand for such, but I now see there is at least a niche
> market for gibberish.
> I really must pass your URL around my circle of friends and professional
> scribes. Perhaps I have a streak of the sadist in me, but I shall have a
> good laugh imagining the astonished expressions on their faces. I'm sure you
> can relate to that.
> Wally Williams
> wallythered at sbcglobal.net
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