Fri Oct 1 16:16:00 CET 1993
> "Wilfried Woeber, UniVie/ACOnet" <woeber at cc.univie.ac.at> writes: > >A revised document below European Internet Network Number Application Fo > rm > >is available from the RIPE document store. > > > > > >Ref: ripe-095 > >Title: European Internet Network Number Application Form > >Title: and Supporting Notes > > > > Is there a major change in the contents, format or function of this documen > t? The contents has changed: - different encoding of "no email" - additional hints to document present address space usage > I'm a bit worried, about the name change from ripe-088 to ripe-095, because > right now our users/customers get comfortable with the idea to just "pick u > p > ripe-88 from the ftp server" whenever they apply for a new Class C address. > Also we would have to update all local text to refer to the new document. We had a long sicussion about this nternally and at some ripe meeting. The coclusion was to change the number whenever the document content changes. I'd hate to change that -again-. > So I see 3 possible approaches: > > - keep the ripe-document number the same unless there is a major change in > content, maybe appending some version or date information > [preferred] Not preferred here. > - agree on a fixed document name both for the RIPE document store and local > versions > [acceptable] That was the plan and to link it to the current one. We should do this. > - we have to store the document (and/or it's local version) with a fixed na > me > (different from the RIPE document id) on our system > [not desirable but workable] not at all desirable I agree. > Anybody else with strong feelings? I bet.
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