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Date: Mon Apr 21 2008 - 11:57:12 CDT
On Mon, 21 Apr 2008 12:04:41 EDT, Joey Mengele said:
> I think you are mistaken. Perhaps you have an outdated version of
> the document in question?
No, it is you that is sadly mistaken.
IETF RFCs are not versioned. If substantial changes are made, the
document is re-issued with a new number. And you'd know that if you
had actually spent any significant time reading RFCs.
Hint: When arguing about the contents of an RFC, it's usually advisable
to actually have found and read said RFC before opening your mouth in order
to insert your foot.
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