[rfc-i] Overview document available
bob.hinden at gmail.com
Sun Nov 7 17:30:07 PST 2010
On Nov 8, 2010, at 9:28 AM, Brian E Carpenter wrote:
> On 2010-11-08 14:13, Bob Hinden wrote:
>>>> Having rigid restrictions on what
>>>> can be published in that stream is a disservice to the Internet
>>>> Community if we would like the stream to flourish. There is already one
>>>> IETF and we don't need another IETF-like stream.
>>> Nobody is proposing to create such a thing. All that is proposed is
>>> that the RFC Editor can continue to publish occasional RFCs that
>>> are concerned with the RFC series itself. To me that is simple
>>> common sense.
>> Can we come up with a way in the model for the RFC-Series editor to publish occasional RFCs relating to the RFC series without having to create an explicit stream?
>> I wonder if creating a whole stream to " publish occasional RFCs that are concerned with the RFC series itself" is overkill.
> I agree. So my statement above "the RFC Editor can continue to publish occasional RFCs that
> are concerned with the RFC series itself" may be necessary and sufficient.
Works for me.
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