[Internet-Drafts@ietf.org: I-D ACTION:draft-bradner-rfc-extracts-00.txt]
It is not exactly what Debian needs (obtaining the right to distribute
RFCs) but may be a start?
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Title : Extracting RFCs
Author(s) : S. Bradner
Filename : draft-bradner-rfc-extracts-00.txt
Pages : 7
Date : 2005-2-9
Many people have expressed a desire to extract material from IETF
RFCs for use in documentation, text books, on-line help systems, and
for similar uses. In addition, some IETF RFCs contain MIBs and other
types of program code that could be compiled. This document proposes
an update to RFC 3667 and 3668 to explicitly permit extracting
material for a wide range of uses.
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