>Subject: I-D ACTION:draft-iesg-rfc-checklist-00.txt
>Date: Mon, 27 Apr 1998 07:13:13 PDT
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> Title : (DRAFT) Checklist for RFC Authors
> Author(s) : K. Moore
> Filename : draft-iesg-rfc-checklist-00.txt
> Pages : 6
> Date : 24-Apr-98
>This is a list of things that often delay processing of RFCs by
>IESG and/or the RFC Editor, and which are often preventable by RFC
>authors. The purpose of this document is to list in one place the most
>frequent causes of unnecessary delay, and thereby help RFC authors
>minimize such delays when possible.
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