Bill Fenner wrote:
http://rtg.ietf.org/~fenner/iesg/analyze-rfcq.txt is updated
daily and has the state changes that I've observed.
That's very interesting. Apparently you have the raw data to
add a "last time it left IANA or REF state" timestamp to the
"parking area" table.
It also breaks the RFC Editor's REF state into two seperate
states - REF-INT, where all of the REF documents are also in
the queue, and REF-EXT, where one or more is not. Only
REF-EXT is a blocking state.
REF-INT could point to REF-EXT, but you probably check this
condition. For one case I'm watching the editor queue says
"REF draft-crocker-abnf-rfc2234bis-00", your script somehow
decided REF-EXT, maybe it's confused by the trailing -00 (?)
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