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Re: users and connections definitions
> From: Stephen Kent <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >Cannot do that with an ISO document. If we didn't reference an ISO
> >document in the RFC, then we didn't expect anyone to read it to
> >understand the work.
> We all assume various levels of background info in our writing, and
> not all of it is on-line.
Maybe you do, but don't include me. I like well-defined RFCs.
> Actually, I think the PSRG I-D was well written, but did not advance
> because other matters were a higher priority. But, feel free to judge for
> you self. I'm sending an MS Word file that reproduces the essence of this
> work, in a newly edited form, that Rob Shirey developed for puiblication
> last year, via a separate message to you.
I wondered what that 356 KB message was. Since I don't own MS Word,
it's worse than useless, and I can safely toss it. Thanks, anyway, and
let us know when the I-D comes out....
> Bill, when you get to set my priorities, it's time to find a new job!
Actually, it's about time.
We need someone willing to revise the drafts to meet our implementors'
consensus, with a turnaround time of something less than 2 months....
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