Re: [dbound] The Fate of DBOUND

Dave Crocker <dhc@dcrocker.net> Wed, 11 January 2017 16:47 UTC

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Subject: Re: [dbound] The Fate of DBOUND
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On 11/16/2016 4:36 PM, Kurt Andersen wrote:
> What about publishing an experimental design spec along with the four
> drafts? That could put a framework around the entire process and perhaps
> avoid some of the challenges that SPFbis had when trying to move from
> experimental to standards track. The WG could become the manager of the
> experiment for a designated duration and responsible for collecting and
> publishing the results.


There might not be agreement about how to solve this topic (or topic/s/) 
but there seems to be agreement that it is an interesting and possibly 
important topic.  And there's been quite a bit of serious effort, here.

So marking that effort in the RFC archive makes sense to me, even if 
standards status isn't attached to any of it.

d/
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   Dave Crocker
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