At 8:36 PM -0400 7/1/07, John C Klensin wrote:
I wasn't aware that the RFC Editor couldn't simply move a
document to historic in the index when something is queued that
explains that action. The two actions -- reclassification and
publication-- ought to be largely independent. Or is this
another example of the triumph of procedure over good sense?
Or is this another example of not reading all of the information in
the I-D tracker or the ietf-announce mailing list?
"This document also reclassifies RFC 2766 from Proposed Standard to
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