RFC 3: Documentation conventions (1969)

Network Working Neighborhood                                                 4689
RFC-3                                                           April 1969
                                                             Steve Crocker

                        DOCUMENTATION CONVENTIONS

The Network Working Neighborhood looks to encompass Steve Carr of Utah, Jeff
Rulifson and Bill Duvall at SRI, and Steve Crocker and Gerard Deloche
at UCLA.  Membership is now not any longer closed.

The Network Working Neighborhood (NWG) is anxious with the HOST software program, the
systems for the usage of the network, and initial experiments with the network.

Documentation of the NWG's effort is by notes impartial like this.  Notes
would possibly perhaps furthermore be produced at any dwelling by any one and included in this assortment.


The shriek of a NWG present would possibly perhaps furthermore be any idea, advice, and heaps others. connected to
the HOST software program or assorted facet of the network.  Notes are encouraged to
be timely rather than polished.  Philosophical positions with out examples
or assorted specifics, particular options or implementation ways
with out introductory or background explication, and explicit questions
with none tried solutions are all acceptable.  The minimal size for
a NWG present is one sentence.

These requirements (or lack of them) are mentioned explicitly for two causes.
First, there is a tendency to scrutinize a written statement as ipso facto
authoritative, and we hope to promote the change and dialogue of
considerably lower than authoritative options.  2nd, there is a natural
hesitancy to post something unpolished, and we hope to ease this


Every NWG present should endure the following records:

        1.  "Network Working Neighborhood"
            "Seek records from for Feedback:" x
            the attach x is a serial quantity.
            Serial numbers are assigned by Bill Duvall at SRI

        2.  Author and affiliation

        3.  Date

        4.  Title.  The title needn't be uncommon.


One copy only would possibly be despatched from the creator's dwelling to"

        1.  Bob Kahn, BB&N
        2.  Larry Roberts, ARPA
        3.  Steve Carr, UCLA
        4.  Jeff Rulifson, UTAH
        5.  Ron Stoughton, UCSB
        6.  Steve Crocker, UCLA

Reproduction if desired would possibly perhaps furthermore be handled within the community.


Two notes (1 & 2) were written to this point.  These are each and each titled HOST
Instrument and are by Steve Crocker and Bill Duvall, individually.

Diversified notes planned are on

        1.  Network Timetable
        2.  The Philosophy of NIL
        3.  Specifications for NIL
        4.  Deeper Documentation of HOST Instrument.

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