No overstriking allowed! Why do RFCs have such strict text requirements?
Who decides what it takes to make an Internet Standard?
Guest Post: What if IPv6 isn’t big enough?
Guest Post: 56,000 mailing list subscribers were surveyed to improve the workings of the IETF. Here are the results.
What happens when two people correctly read the same RFC yet their implementations of that protocol still differ?
Geoff Huston discusses currently active IETF areas that are not DNS related.
Geoff Huston’s snapshot of current working group activities related to the DNS.
Text protocols can be read by humans, but they come with drawbacks. Do we need them?
What can we take from past experiences at securing BGP to mitigate growing number of attacks on it?
A recent IETF draft warns of Atlanteans bearing eels. Believe it or not, it’s actually making a decent point.