[rfc-i] "canonical" URI for RFCs, BCPs

Joe Touch touch at ISI.EDU
Wed Jan 27 14:42:58 PST 2010

Paul Hoffman wrote:
> As an aside, if the content returned by your view of the canonical
> URI is controlled by the RFC Editor, what would you call them other than
> "authoritative" for the content?

The site is authoritative, and is currently run by the RFC Editor. Only
the former to always need be true.

(i.e., I'd call them "initial supplier of the authoritative content that
is intended to be persistently available at rfc-editor.org")


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