Re: Citation bug in RFC 2425

braden@ISI.EDU Fri, 29 October 1999 22:20 UTC

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To: ietf@ietf.org, tlilley@perspex.com
Subject: Re: Citation bug in RFC 2425

BTW,

Using a URL in a citation in an RFC seems like a bad idea.  There may
be exceptions, e.g., an IETF.org or RFC-Editor.org URL might be less
risky.  But expecting a URL in general to stay invariant for 25 years
seems dubious.

Bob Braden