On Wed, 11 Mar 2009 14:35:36 -0700, Mohsen BANAN
Mohsen> Now in this particular case of a patent
Mohsen> contaminated protocol extension why would non-RFC
Mohsen> publication be adequate?
I omitted the important "not" in that sentence.
Now in this particular case of a patent
contaminated protocol extension why would not
non-RFC publication be adequate?
I am asking as to why it should be published as an
RFC (any status) when we know to begin with that it
is a patent contaminated specification.
Addressing the RFC Editor:
Has there ever been a case before where a known
patent contaminated specifiaction been published
as an independent submission?
What are the RFC Editor's values/policies with respect to
publication of known patent contaminated specifiactions?
What are the minimum rights demanded from the patent holder in such a case?
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