Re: Common Locale Data Repository Project

From: John Cowan (
Date: Fri Apr 23 2004 - 20:15:02 EDT

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    Mike Ayers scripsit:

    > Furthermore, in the IETF document architecture, the only way to
    > amend an RFC is by a superceding RFC. RFCs are superceded all the time.

    Almost. It's also possible for an RFC to update older RFCs without
    superseding them completely. For example, RFC 2396 (URI syntax)
    updates RFC 1766 (URL syntax), leaving the parts specific to
    certain URL schemes still in effect.

    John Cowan
    Lope de Vega: "It wonders me I can speak at all.  Some caitiff rogue did
    rudely yerk me on the knob, wherefrom my wits still wander."
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    crank for a spell." --Harry Turtledove, Ruled Britannia

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