RE: IETF WG charter needed for NEWDOM

Eugene Kashpureff <ekashp@mrls.com> Sun, 21 July 1996 00:32 UTC

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On Sat, 20 Jul 1996, Jim Browning wrote:

> >there is no good reason why we cannot fulfill the open WG style procedures
> >right here in NEWDOM.
> be formed, only that this one focus on refining IANA's draft (preferably 
> with WG recognition), which I suspect will at some point be submitted to 
> the IESG with a request to give it RFC/BCP status.

All in favour say Aye !

A Y E !

> Jim Browning

At your name service,

Eugene Kashpureff, ALTERNIC.NET