IP over foo is not exactly packet science, that's why.
KM> nor is it standards-track material.
Besides the fact that you happen not to like the idea of IP over Mime,
what reason is there to prevent standards-track. We make IP-over-Foo
specifications standards track all the time. We do not make a point of
forcing them to Experimental.
So unless there is a compelling technical reason -- especially one
having to do with risk to implementations or the Internet -- then what
is the justification for withholding standards track status (as long as
the specifications is clear and complete)?
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