On 09/01/2011 11:25 AM, Hector wrote:
In my view, and honestly its hard to imagine how anyone can really
survive writing or implementing protocols especially as the complexity
increases, take any RFC, if you can't make the protocol work by
removing all the SHOULD|MAY [NOT] and just leaving behind the MUST
[NOT], then it really a bad specification and will drive people nuts
trying to get it right.
Can anybody point to an incident in which lack of clarity around
2119 language caused problems, and it was determined that 2119
itself was the problem and not authors or editors being careless?
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