[rfc-i] Overview document available

Glenn Kowack Glenn at RiverOnce.com
Wed Nov 3 13:36:53 PDT 2010

The Overview of TRSE Recommendations, mentioned below, is
now available. A copy is attached. This document addresses all
high-level recommendations in draft-kowack-rfc-editor-model-v2-00.

This provides just the right background for the TRSE
recommendations presentation during Monday's Technical Plenary
at IETF 79 in Beijing (7:00 - 7:30, Valley Ballroom ABC).

I look forward to your comments. For those of you attending
IETF 79, I look forward to seeing and talking to you there.

The Overview is just being posted to

Transitional RFC Series Editor

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On Nov 1, 2010, at 3:42 AM, Glenn Kowack wrote:

> I published the first draft of Transitional RFC Series Editor (TRSE) recommendations for 
> RFC Editor Model (Version 2) on Tuesday, October 26 [1].  In order to facilitate community 
> discussion and help us to focus on the high-level recommendations, I am producing a 
> stand-alone Overview of Recommendations document, which I will post to the RSE web 
> page [2] by Wednesday, 3 November.  This overview will include all high-level 
> recommendations in draft-kowack-rfc-editor-model-v2-00.  I will integrate community and 
> RSAG comments received so far into the overview document.  As the discussion
> proceeds, the overview will be updated on the way to creating the full updated -01 draft.
> That draft will be produced by 22 November, as previously announced by Olaf.
> I recommend that you read the overview before the full draft. If you don?t have time to
> read the full draft, the overview will be more than enough background for the Beijing
> plenary, where I will present my findings and recommendations. As always, please send
> your comments and input.
> I look forward to hearing from each of you, and seeing and talking to many of you in
> Beijing.
> regards,
> Glenn
> Transitional RFC Series Editor
> [1] http://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-kowack-rfc-editor-model-v2/
> [2] http://www.rfc editor.org/rse/RSE.html
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