"ned" == ned <ned+ietf(_at_)mauve(_dot_)mrochek(_dot_)com> writes:
ned> Is this really a big enough problem to be worth solving? I
ned> can't recall a single instance where I received IETF list with
ned> a problematic attachment. OTOH, I routinely get IETF messages
ned> with useful attachements - typically a critical revision to a
ned> draft which for whatever reason can't be posted as an I-D -
ned> that I really need to be able see without having to bother with
I regard those situation as a violation of process.
If that ID can't go on an HTTP site, then something is missing.
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