[rfc-i] Decisions about non-technical content of RFCs

Joe Touch touch at isi.edu
Sat Nov 13 14:50:13 PST 2010

On 11/13/2010 2:24 PM, Paul Hoffman wrote:
>>>> I.e., the RFC Editor has some rights, but let's also include the author's rights in this process.
>>> It is an interesting question, but I'm not sure that belongs in this
>>> document, but instead in the procedures manual. The questions above
>>> relate specifically to what the RSE is and is not allowed to do in their
>>> job.
>> Whatever doc the editor's rights are, that's where the author's rights need to be. I don't much care what doc that's in.
> We disagree. This document is about the RSE's rights and
> responsibilities. Or are you saying that you would be fine with removing
> the text about the RSE not making technical changes from this doc and
> putting it in the procedures doc?

In that case, phrase it as limits on the RSE rights and responsibilities 
and keep it here, IMO.


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