[Iccrg] Re: [IRSG] AD review:
michawe at ifi.uio.no
Fri Jul 16 23:11:17 BST 2010
We want to do this revision. Thanks a lot for bringing these problems
to our attention!
On Jul 16, 2010, at 2:00 PM, Lars Eggert wrote:
> please find my RFC5742 review below. In short, there are no blocking
> issues, but the document would be improved by a revision that fixes
> the significant editorial nits in order to save the RFC Editor some
> Please let me know if you want to do this revision, or if I should
> move the document forward as-is.
> The document has a significant amount of ID-nits that should have
> found - at the latest - during the IRSG review and fixed before this
> was forwarded to the IESG. In short: missing status, no IANA section,
> superfluous RFC2199 boilerplate and a HUGE list of missing or unused
> references, splitting references into normative/informative, etc.
> (Hint: you need to do the latter so idnits generates useful warnings
> on missing/unused references.)
> This is not a reason to hold up the document (per RFC5742), but since
> the RFC Editor will have a very difficult time at guessing how these
> should be fixed up before publication, you may want to fix these nits
> for them, in order to speed up the document processing.
> Section 1., paragraph 1:
>> This document, result of the ICCRG Research Group, describes some
>> of the open research topics in the domain of Internet congestion
>> control that are known today.
> The introduction does not adequately describe what level of consensus
> and review this document has received in the ICCRG. See RFC5743
> Section 2.1.
> Section 3.3, paragraph 28:
>> This issue is under discussion in the Transport Area Working
> Statements about which topics are being discussed where are unlikely
> to have long-term archival interest. Suggest to rephrase. (There are
> also other instances of this in the document.)
> Section 5., paragraph 0:
>> 5. References
> Splitting references into normative and informative is a requirement
> for RFCs, please do so.
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