[rfc-i] references vs front matter

Paul Hoffman paul.hoffman at vpnc.org
Tue Jan 29 08:53:56 PST 2008


At 5:15 PM +0100 1/29/08, Julian Reschke wrote:
>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
>>  tool.
>
>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).

Just for the record: that is irrelevant to the question of what the 
RFC should look like. rfc2629.xslt is a tool that is used to produce 
RFCs.  If the tool isn't producing them correctly, then we should fix 
the  tool.

:-), kind of.

--Paul Hoffman, Director
--VPN Consortium


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