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 +====== RFC 6949 ======
 +Note that the requirements have been gathered and published as [[http://​www.rfc-editor.org/​rfc/​rfc6949.txt|RFC 6949]].
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 The RFC Series has been in existence for over 40 years. ​ During much of that time, the limitations of character set, line and page length, and graphics restrictions of RFC documents met the most immediate needs of the majority of authors and readers. ​ As technology changed, new formats that allowed for a richer set of features when editing, reading, searching, and displaying documents came in to use and tools were created to convert the plain ASCII documents in to other desired formats such as HTML, PDF, and Microsoft Word.  While the converted versions of the RFC are widely available, the canonical display format remains the plain text, ASCII, line-printer structured one.  The canonical source format is nroff.  ​ The RFC Series has been in existence for over 40 years. ​ During much of that time, the limitations of character set, line and page length, and graphics restrictions of RFC documents met the most immediate needs of the majority of authors and readers. ​ As technology changed, new formats that allowed for a richer set of features when editing, reading, searching, and displaying documents came in to use and tools were created to convert the plain ASCII documents in to other desired formats such as HTML, PDF, and Microsoft Word.  While the converted versions of the RFC are widely available, the canonical display format remains the plain text, ASCII, line-printer structured one.  The canonical source format is nroff.  ​
  
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