[rfc-i] Status of draft-rfc-editor-rfc2223bis?
braden at ISI.EDU
Thu Jun 10 13:21:21 PDT 2004
*> - This sets a really bad precedent. It is almost exactly akin to
*> "create your protocol from the Internet Draft that we will keep
*> renewing; we're not going to bother to get an RFC".
Sorry, I don't get your point. What is wrong with a living document
as a bridge.
*> - The draft expired many months ago, and is only being kept alive
*> because of its status in the queue. Again, a bad precedent for the
*> rest of the IETF.
It happens. But in fact we should update it, and as I said we will do
so before San Diego.
*> - The link from the RFC Editor's page seems to be broken.
*> doesn't get me anything.
!? I just checked from both Explorer and Netscape, and neither had an
trouble finding it. Could someone else verify an inability to reach this
*> >(2) events and people have put a great deal of pressure on the RFC
*> >Editor recently, and we have limited resources. Some staff members
*> >already put in significant unpaid effort because they believe in the
*> >effort. We simply have not had time to do the next update. We hope
*> >to do so before San Diego.
*> This is very confusing. From the ID Tracker, it looks like there is
*> only one small outstanding issue; it should take less than half an
*> hour to fix. Are there issues not listed on the tracker?
Paul, you obviously has no concept of the work needed to run the
*> --Paul Hoffman, Director
*> --VPN Consortium
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