I would be happy to say to a host/sponsor: "We have a baseline
document X, it's been out there for a while and some additions,
suggestions etc can be found at Wiki W. Please have a look at
X and W, and see example E for how host foo did this at IETF
Ole J. Jacobsen
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On Wed, 7 Dec 2011, Paul Hoffman wrote:
OK, so now we have a data point from someone who is the target
customer for this work. It sounds like they want a stable "document"
Dave started the thread towards "wiki", but didn't define if "wiki"
meant "anyone in the IETF community could edit it" or "a
non-editable web page that exists in the IETF Wiki structure". I
propose something much more like the latter, and definitely not the
former, so that meeting sponsors (the target customer) have
something mostly stable to look at.
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