[rfc-i] draft-flanagan-fiftyyears-00

Heather Flanagan rse at rfc-editor.org
Sat Oct 20 08:25:57 PDT 2018


A -00 has been submitted for the Fifty Years of RFCs. This has been a 
fascinating document to pull together, and how did nearly fifty years 
pass since RFC 1 already??

https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-flanagan-fiftyyears/

The draft will definitely go through a few more iterations before it's 
ready for publication.  Feedback is, of course, always welcome.

FYI, the process for drafts coming from the RFC Editor is as follows:


0. RSE posts an individual submission, seeks public comment and review
1. After "sufficient" comment and review, the RSE asks the IAB to 
consider it for an IAB stream doc (all RFC Editor docs are published in 
the IAB stream)
2. The IAB doc process then kicks off (described in RFC 4845, relevant 
section included below).
3. Plan is to have this approved for publication at IETF 104, and 
actually published in April 2019.


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