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Re: Old transport-layer protocols to Historic?

2011-01-10 11:05:15

--On Friday, January 07, 2011 09:15 -0500 Andrew Sullivan
<ajs(_at_)shinkuro(_dot_)com> wrote:

I'm not keen to start a language war, but. . .

On Fri, Jan 07, 2011 at 08:39:37AM +0200, Mykyta Yevstifeyev

Moreover, 'obsoleted' means the same as 'deprecated' or
'non-current'   (see or So
it is a   problem in RFC2026.

. . .I fully disagree with that, regardless of what those
claims of synonymy say.  To deprecate something is to express
disapproval.  To mark something as obsolete doesn't do that;
it merely says that the marked thing is outdated.  There is a
useful distinction here worth maintaining.


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