The Internet is for End Users
draft-nottingham-for-the-users-02

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Abstract

Internet standards serve and are used by a variety of communities. This document contains guidelines for explicitly identifying them, serving them, and determining how to resolve conflicts between their interests, when necessary. It also motivates considering end users as the highest priority concern for Internet standards.

Authors

Mark Nottingham (mnot@mnot.net)

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