[rfc-i] references vs front matter
julian.reschke at gmx.de
Tue Jan 29 08:15:06 PST 2008
Paul Hoffman wrote:
>> For xml2rfc that could give you an unused reference error.
> Just for the record: that is irrelevant to the question of what the
> RFC should look like. xml2rfc is a tool that is used to produce RFCs.
> If the tool isn't producing them correctly, then we should fix the
rfc2629.xslt already reminds the author that if an RFC is being
obsoleted or updated, it should be mentioned somewhere in the text as
well (yes, that's my preference).
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