Formalizing IETF Interoperability Reporting
draft-ietf-newtrk-interop-reports-00

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Abstract

This document suggests another way of reforming IETF standards process by formalizing the mechanism for interoperability reporting, as a way of facilitating standards development. It establishes two kinds of reports: a 'Protocol Feature Set', which lays out the set of features from IETF specifications that constitute a protocol, and a 'Protocol Implementation Report', which is submitted by an individual or group to report on implementation and interoperability testing.

Authors

Larry Masinter (lmm@acm.org)

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