[rfc-i] New NEWS item on RFC Editor web site
braden at ISI.EDU
Thu Oct 6 16:38:21 PDT 2005
*> From fenner at research.att.com Thu Oct 6 16:08:58 2005
*> From: Bill Fenner <fenner at research.att.com>
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*> To: braden at ISI.EDU
*> Subject: Re: [rfc-i] New NEWS item on RFC Editor web site
*> Cc: narten at us.ibm.com, rfc-interest at rfc-editor.org
*> Date: Thu, 6 Oct 2005 16:07:52 -0700
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*> Bob said:
*> > *> That is a good idea... in fact, so good that we have already implemented
*> > *> it in our internal bookkeeping but not yet propagated it out into the
*> > *> queue. (Which will be trivial to do now that it is generated!).
*> > *> We introduced a new state REF-MISS for documents held up in this way.
*> > *> Should be coming to a theatre near you, real soon.
*> Bob also added:
*> >BTW, there are currently 36 documents in this state.
*> Interesting, I count 57 documents whose dependencies (or
*> dependencies of their dependencies) have not arrived.
*> Are you just going by the direct references being in the queue?
I am counting only first-order dependencies.
*> My number also counts documents like
*> draft-ietf-sipping-cc-conferencing, whose direct REFs are
*> all there but if you follow them two of them depend on
*> draft-ietf-mmusic-sdp-new, which is not there yet.
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