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 ^7      | The rfc errata summary table doesn'​t adapt well to widths less than 1212px | Investigating |  ^7      | The rfc errata summary table doesn'​t adapt well to widths less than 1212px | Investigating | 
 ^ 8    | re clicking on “Browse RFCs by Status” & Best Current Practice I get a randomized list of 25 BCPs. it would seem to me that if the title is “Browse RFCs by Status” _ would get all the BCPs (or maybe the 1st 25) in order the same is true for the other categories as well | Investigating |  ^ 8    | re clicking on “Browse RFCs by Status” & Best Current Practice I get a randomized list of 25 BCPs. it would seem to me that if the title is “Browse RFCs by Status” _ would get all the BCPs (or maybe the 1st 25) in order the same is true for the other categories as well | Investigating | 
-^9     | re: clicking on Official Internet Protocol Standards. I get an ordered list of internet standards some of which are missing (e.g. STD 1 & STD 2) and some of which show up in more than one box (e.g., STD 5 & 13) seems like this needs more work  imo - all std #s should appear once (even to say “not issued”) and only once & include all the RFCs that make up a STD the current format makes it hard to say what STD 13 (for example) consists of  | There is an option to show/hide retired STD numbers; current default is to hide. Will switch ​to show for default ​|+^9     | re: clicking on Official Internet Protocol Standards. I get an ordered list of internet standards some of which are missing (e.g. STD 1 & STD 2) and some of which show up in more than one box (e.g., STD 5 & 13) seems like this needs more work  imo - all std #s should appear once (even to say “not issued”) and only once & include all the RFCs that make up a STD the current format makes it hard to say what STD 13 (for example) consists of  | There is an option to show/hide retired STD numbers; current default is to hide. After further discussion, will leave as is and add more text to indicate what can be shown |
 ^10    | re: RFC Status Changes. this is incomplete- e.g. RFC 1058 is missing ​ (I do not know if any other RFCs are also missing). More important - in a number of cases a RFC was written (in the case of RFC 1058 it was RFC 1923) that said why the 1st RFC was made historic - I think it is very important to include any such RFCs in this list so the readers can find out what happened - there is good information in some of these (no so good in others - RFC 4450) many of these RFCs can be found by searching for Historic in the index  | Investigating | ^10    | re: RFC Status Changes. this is incomplete- e.g. RFC 1058 is missing ​ (I do not know if any other RFCs are also missing). More important - in a number of cases a RFC was written (in the case of RFC 1058 it was RFC 1923) that said why the 1st RFC was made historic - I think it is very important to include any such RFCs in this list so the readers can find out what happened - there is good information in some of these (no so good in others - RFC 4450) many of these RFCs can be found by searching for Historic in the index  | Investigating |
 ^11    | Serving up your own version of jQuery, Reponsive Menu, and so on instead of using the widely-cached ones means that if there are security bugs found in them (which there are), you will continue to serve the buggy versions long after the bugs have been fixed. | WordPress default. Will investigate using public version post-cutover. | ^11    | Serving up your own version of jQuery, Reponsive Menu, and so on instead of using the widely-cached ones means that if there are security bugs found in them (which there are), you will continue to serve the buggy versions long after the bugs have been fixed. | WordPress default. Will investigate using public version post-cutover. |
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