[Tools-discuss] Re: [EXTERNAL] Re: Re: Fwd: Brief outage for the RPC infrastructure tomorrow (15May)

Jean Mahoney <jmahoney@amsl.com> Thu, 16 May 2024 17:53 UTC

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Hi all,

On 5/16/24 12:24 PM, Livingood, Jason wrote:
>>> I thought the IETF stopped supporting FTP interfaces to IETF content a few years ago?
>> The IETF did, yes - see RFC 9141.
>> The RFC Editor has not made a similar change.
> 
> No time like the present to align the RFCE site then! ;-)

[JM] The RPC is not currently planning to turn off FTP. We would seek 
more community feedback before making such a decision.

Best regards,

Jean Mahoney
RFC Production Center

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