[lpi-discuss] Re: LPI's RFC process is now official policy -- Ask yourself: Are you a stakeholder?

G. Matthew Rice matt at starnix.com
Wed Oct 20 13:01:08 EDT 2004


"Bryan J. Smith" <b.j.smith at ieee.org> writes:
> If you look at an IETF RFC, you'll notice the list of people involved. 
> Most of these people are Stakeholders or play another, significant role
> in the project.  So while some may scoff at procedures like RFC0, they
> really do help people help define themselves in turning suggestions into
> reality.
> 
> Be it for the Internet, for a company, or for community efforts like
> LPI.

And the community is part of that stakeholdership.  *Anyone* can submit and
RFC.  The wiki is self-registering, too.  No holds barred.
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