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From: Jonathan Scott Duff
August 1, 2000 10:24
Message ID: 20000801123059.A17313@cbi.tamucc.edu
On Tue, Aug 01, 2000 at 11:10:16AM -0600, Nathan Torkington wrote:
> Chaim Frenkel writes:
> > I move that we create an list (perl6-rfc) that would recieve all RFC's.
> When you have an RFC you think is ready for wider publishing, the
> librarian will
> (a) assign a number if it doesn't have one
> (b) put it on the web site
> (c) mail it to the -announce list
> I'm trying to wake up the old librarian now, and will find another
> if he can't be located :-)
> I don't think an rfc list is needed.
So the librarian must monitor perl6-all and extract the RFCs from the
uninteresting bits? I agree that a list isn't needed, but it would be
nice to at least have an alias such that mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
goes directly to the librarian. Then we could say that RFCs aren't
"official" until they've been regurgitated from the librarian with a
proper RFC number.
Jonathan Scott Duff
by Jonathan Scott Duff