Re: [Rgchairs] thoughs about the IRTF

"John R Levine" <johnl@iecc.com> Mon, 01 November 2004 22:25 UTC

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> > That seems pretty clear.  Once we do that, is it an irtf draft or an
> > independent submission?  I've gotten conflicting messages recently.
>
> IRTF drafts are treated like independent submissions - there are no special
> processing rules for them. Do we need any?

Just that they're called draft-irtf-group-whatever so people who are
looking for them can find them.

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