The flip side of this argument is that it could be viewed as a helpful
guide for the hosts/sponsors at any given venue. ("This is the kind of
information you should provide.")
At APRICOT, we've developed an "Ops Manual" that covers everything
from room setup to "no kareoke" at the social event. I am not saying
that our document needs to be an RFC, but we don't have a lot of
alternative ways to publish things that can be quickly retrieved,
printed off and so on.
Ole J. Jacobsen
Editor and Publisher, The Internet Protocol Journal
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On Wed, 7 Dec 2011, Bob Hinden wrote:
While I agree that the questions won't change as often as the
answers, it will likely change. We have come a long way from just
asking how many cookies there will be.
Also, if it gets published as an RFC, it is going to be viewed as a
"specification". I think it's best to avoid that and just have a
wiki. I would be surprised if this topic continues to be as active
area of discussion in the future, making it unlikely that there
would be new RFCs published.
Further, is this something we really want in the historical record.
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