The IESG wrote:
<draft-ietf-crisp-iris-lwz-06.txt> as a Proposed Standard
Some general questions about this draft:
1 - Has anybody implemented it ?
2 - If so, do test servers exist for client developers ?
3 - Why is LWZ limited to UDP, desperately trying to solve
various size issues with delated XML and other tricks ?
4 - Could a server just offer a whois interface and be done
with it ?
Other nits: Reference  RFC 2396 isn't state of the art.
 Unicode version 3 is unclear, XML 1.0 third ed. apparently
uses 3.2 (?), and it requires UTF-8 and UTF-16, as repeated in
the I18N considerations (chapter 5). Maybe the RFCs for UTF-8
and UTF-16 should be referenced if that's explicitly mentioned,
that boils down to "MUST accept (and for UTF-16 send) a BOM".
s/draft-ietf-crips/draft-ietf-crisp/ and s/-00// (that typo is
also in the common-transport draft pointing back to [9} LWZ).
s/3891/3981/ in both drafts.
Example A.1 contains elements <salt> and <md5>, what is this ?
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