[rfc-i] Problems and requirements for RFC Format

John Levine johnl at taugh.com
Sun Apr 22 08:42:04 PDT 2012

> I, for one, am not convinced we need anything but i18n

That's what I thought until I tried to read RFCs on my Kindle.

>I am also further confused why the lists contained items for internet-drafts,
>since those are solely IETF business.

Whatever ends up in an RFC has to start as an I-D.  If there aren't, say
equations and UTF-8 in I-D's, how are they going to get into RFCs?


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