[rfc-i] Cluster Pages Now Available
rfc-editor at rfc-editor.org
Tue Apr 21 17:28:38 PDT 2009
The RFC Editor has made pages available to show the clusters of
documents that are linked by Normative References. Please see these
pages for more information:
The purpose of the new cluster pages is to make clear why specific
drafts are being held (to authors, WG chairs, ADs, and other
interested parties) and to aid in the RFC Editor's processing of
documents. As noted on http://www.rfc-editor.org/cluster_def.html:
A cluster is a set of 2 or more drafts that are moving through the
RFC publication process together for one of the following reasons:
* They are linked by normative references directly.
* They are linked by normative references indirectly
(i.e., 2nd or 3rd generation).
* There was a specific request from the IESG or authors for
At this time, the cluster information is available from the queue
page (http://www.rfc-editor.org/queue2.html), but not the XML version
of the queue.
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