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Production of Draft 04 begins...

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Date: Mon, 03 Jun 96 12:47:11 -0400
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Note that I am now (having dealt with all issues I know of)
beginning the mechanical side of the production of Draft 04.
With luck, we'll get it out late today; without, tomorrow.

What does this mean?

This means that I will now (for the purposes of this draft) ignore
terminology and minor word-smithing problems, and only deal with those
few things (non-critical, in my opinion) I have asked people to look
into for me, if they arrive in time.  Of course, if some real protocol
problem surfaces today, I can respin the draft, either before or after
it is issued.

Larry Masinter will shortly post a message that explains IETF
process in more detail, so you all understand where things
go for here (and that there will be future opportunities to
fix both trivial and substantive issues that may arise).

Thanks to you all for your efforts.  I think 04 is it, for proposed
standard, unless I've made some editing mistake.
		Your editor,
			Jim Gettys
			Digital Equipment Corporation
			Internet Software Business Unit
			Visiting Scientist, World Wide Web Consortium
Received on Monday, 3 June 1996 09:54:32 UTC

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