Without paper, I don't see the point of pagination.
On Mar 20, 2010, at 11:28 AM, Tim Bray wrote:
So you would argue that RFCs should normally be used in paper form? This is the
only way I can see to avoid requiring internet access.
This idea seems sane to me. Given the current policy, the documents are
already not usable on the hundreds of millions of net-capable mobile devices;
a high quality paper version would avoid making the false promise that RFCs are
On Mar 20, 2010 11:18 AM, "Donald Eastlake"
On Fri, Mar 19, 2010 at 5:33 PM, Martin Rex
And if we should change anything about the Author's Address section,
then it would be to...
No. I have no problem with *supplementing* it with such a URL but any author
listed on the front page should have an email address, a postal address, and a
telephone number listed in the RFC. The model for an RFC is that of a permanent
book, not an ephemeral web page. I am opposed to the migration of more of RFC
content to links requiring Internet access and perpetual maintenance.
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