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RFC SERIES OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE (RSOC)
August 14, 2013 RSOC Teleconference

Reported by: Cindy Morgan, IETF Secretariat

ATTENDEES 
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- Bernard Aboba
- Nevil Brownlee
- Heather Flanagan, RFC Series Editor
- Joel Halpern
- Tony Hansen
- Joe Hildebrand
- Bob Hinden
- Alexey Melnikov, RSOC Chair
- Cindy Morgan, Scribe
- Ray Pelletier, IAOC Liaison

MINUTES
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1. Minutes discussion / approval

The minutes of the 10 July 2013 RSOC meeting were approved.  The minutes 
will be posted on the IAB website.

The minutes of the 2013 RSOC Retreat remain under review.

2. Brief updates

2.1. RPC and Publisher SoW

Heather Flanagan reported that the RPC and Publisher Statements of Work 
have been sent out to the community for review.  She is working with Ray 
Pelletier on the contract language.

2.2. draft-rfced-rfcxx00-retired-02

The IAB has agreed to send draft-rfced-rfcxx00-retired, the draft for 
retiring STD 1, out for community review.

2.3. RFC Format Design Team 

Heather Flanagan reported that the RFC Format Design team has had an 
active start on the mailing list, and that the first conference call is 
scheduled for later in the day.

2.4. SUNET speaking engagement

Heather Flanagan reported that she was invited to speak at the upcoming 
SUNET meeting.  She has let them know that she is potentially available.  
SUNET is still working on the agenda for the meeting, so Heather will 
report back when she has more information.

3. Stats and Metrics

The committee discussed the statistics and metrics reported on the RFC 
Series.  Heather Flanagan provided a spreadsheet of the reports that are 
currently generated, and proposed consolidation of several of the 
existing reports.  Joe Hildebrand asked for additional information about 
why certain reports are useful to their audiences, and how much time is 
required to generate each report.  The committee agreed that both of 
those pieces of information would be useful in the discussion about 
consolidating and/or deprecating reports.  Heather agreed to add that 
information to the spreadsheet.  The committee will continue this 
discussion once that information is available.