[rfc-i] Fwd: Comment on headers-and-boilerplates

Joe Touch touch at ISI.EDU
Mon Dec 8 11:00:42 PST 2008


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Paul Hoffman wrote:
> At 12:27 PM +0100 12/8/08, Olaf Kolkman wrote:
>> I'd like to draw conclusion in about a week from now, silence will be interpreted as consent for the proposed edit.
>>> If you agree, is there time to change the boilerplates document? I am referring to the last paragraph in Section 3.2. One possible way to change it would be
>>>
>>> OLD:
>>> It is therefore not a candidate for any level of Internet Standard
>>> NEW:
>>> It is therefore not a product of the IETF and not a candidate for
>>> any level of Internet Standard
> 
> I would like to state active support for the change.

Does this distinguish individual submissions with no IETF relationship
from those submitted independently that are handled within the IETF?

E.g., there are areas that lack WGs (e.g., INT, vs. RTG and TSV, both of
which have 'default' WGs). Documents can come out of that area's
meetings, having been discussed, which cannot be tagged
draft-ietf-wgname, but which aren't quite 'individual' in the sense above.

How are those to be labelled?

Joe
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