Re: Making the Tao a web page

SM <> Sun, 03 June 2012 23:15 UTC

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At 14:33 01-06-2012, Russ Housley wrote:
>it in a wiki, there will be more people that can make update, but 
>the publication process ensure that an end-to-end read takes place 
>when an update published as an RFC.

Seven individuals (approximate) submitted comments during the Last 
Call.  That's not much in terms of end-to-end read of the draft.

>So, I am left with a few questions:
>- What is the similar forcing function if we use a wiki?
>- Will the number of people that can make updates eliminate the need 
>for such a forcing function?
>- Who designates the editor-in-chief of the wiki?

HTTPbis has a good Wiki due to the efforts of two persons.  The rest 
of the IETF, excluding the IESG, do not believe that it is worth the 
effort updating a Wiki.  Instead of discussing the above questions it 
is easier to create an Wiki page and leave it to anyone with a tools 
login who cares to update it.