[rfc-i] rfc-info needs your help!
mcr at sandelman.ottawa.on.ca
Wed Mar 31 10:30:53 PST 2004
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>>>>> "Bob" == Bob Hinden <bob.hinden at nokia.com> writes:
Bob> I agree. I think it is important to maintain the ability to
Bob> receive an RFC by email, but I think we can eliminate the email
Bob> request mechanism. Instead something where the user fills in a
Bob> simple web form with an RFC number (or list of RFC numbers) and
Bob> his/her email address. This would retain the ability to obtain
Bob> RFCs via email and avoid the current plans with SPAM.
You have to make sure that they email is legit before sending stuff
to it. So, it would be best if they logged in - i.e. created an account
confirmed by email address, and then could start requesting eRFCs.
Otherwise, the server becomes a way to get the RFC editor to spam
Fortunately, almost all CMS's/phpSlash/back-end, etc. have this
facility pretty much built in.
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