Moving RFC 1137 to Historical?

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Subject: Moving RFC 1137 to Historical?

>RFC 1137 (Mapping Between Full RFC 822 and RFC 822 with Restricted 
>Encoding)
>is an Experimental document.
>The author and (at least some of) the community of interest think that the
>experiment failed, and use of this doc should be actively discouraged.
>Is there a history of moving failed experiments to Historic, or do we just
>leave them as Experimental?
>
>         Harald A
I think it is equally important to remove old waste, as creating new material.

/Bengt Ackzell