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RE: Generalized Signaling documents
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lou Berger [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, March 21, 2002 10:53 PM
> To: Wijnen, Bert (Bert)
> Cc: Kireeti Kompella; Ron Bonica (E-mail); ccamp-wg
> Subject: RE: Generalized Signaling documents
> At 04:13 PM 3/21/2002, Wijnen, Bert (Bert) wrote:
> >Chairs and authors/editors, if/when you go through a new
> >revision of the drafts (any drafts), pls take action
> >- to reduce the list of authors on the front page.
> > main contributors (those who wrote say 30% of the text)
> > can be on front page. Others can be explicitly acknoledged
> > in the acknowledgement section
> > An example is RFC2571 Acknowledgement section.
> An alternative approach is to list editors on the first page
> and list all authors in the authors' addresses section.
> I've seen this used in some older RFCs,
If you point me to specific RFCs, I can try to check them and
try to figure how that happened.
> I also ran an this by
> one of the rfc-editor's - he didn't say no (or explicitly yes).
I did discuss this with my co-AD (scott) and with the RFC-Editor(s)
this morning, and we are in agreement that your alternative seems
not acceptable. Have you checked how it was done in RFC2571?
Why would that not be good enough for acknowledging the
contributions by the various people?