[rfc-i] RFC 5000 on Internet Official Protocol Standards
nobody at xyzzy.claranet.de
Thu May 15 10:07:52 PDT 2008
Paul Hoffman wrote:
> Maybe thanks are not in order.
Okay, I was in a hurry and didn't look for
nits, but I saw that STD 10 is now almost
"empty" for the next about 30 months... ;-)
The IESG might be be mystified when they
lost control over what is and what is not
a STD. I take it as a call for attention.
> these problems (other than the slowness)
> could have been avoided if the authors
> had published an Internet Draft and asked
> for comments, as is normal for documents
> that will become RFCs
Yes, the "IETF daily dose" listed 5000 once
as I-D, but I was unable to figure out where
the "daily dose" script found this draft...
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