Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) R. Housley
Request for Comments: 6360
Conclusion of FYI RFC Sub-Series
This document concludes the For Your Information (FYI) sub-series of
RFCs, established by RFC 1150
for use by the IETF User Services Area,
which no longer exists. The IESG does not intend to make any further
additions to this RFC sub-series, and this document provides a record
of this decision. This document also obsoletes RFC 1150
the status of RFC 1150
Status of This Memo
This document is not an Internet Standards Track specification; it is
published for informational purposes.
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(IETF). It represents the consensus of the IETF community. It has
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Standard; see Section 2 of RFC 5741
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The For Your Information (FYI) sub-series of RFCs was established by RFC 1150
] in 1990 for use by the IETF User Services Area,
which has not met since IETF 53 held in March 2001. This RFC sub-
series was designed to provide Internet users with a repository of
information regarding the Internet that might be interesting to a
wide range of people.
The publication of RFC 1150
] introduced the FYI sub-series
of RFCs. Since that time, a total of 38 FYI numbers have been
assigned. Many other Informational RFCs have been published that are
not part of the FYI sub-series.
The list of documents in the FYI sub-series can be found on the RFC
Editor web site [INDEX].
2. Conclusion of the FYI Sub-Series
The IESG does not intend to make any further additions to the FYI
sub-series. The IESG intends to continue to produce Informational
RFCs, but none of them will be assigned an FYI number.
All published RFCs that are currently part of the FYI sub-series will
retain their FYI numbers. The FYI numbers continue to provide
reference points for these documents, and the FYI number can be used
in citations to these documents.
If a future RFC is published that obsoletes an existing member of the
FYI sub-series, the new RFC will not be assigned an FYI number.
This document moves RFC 1150
] to Historic. The procedural
information in RFC 1150
is no longer valid. If it becomes desirable
to make additions to the FYI sub-series in the future, new procedures
can be developed to replace this document.
4. Security Considerations
No Internet security issues are anticipated by the actions described
in this document.
5.1. Normative Reference
] Malkin, G. and J. Reynolds, "FYI on FYI: Introduction to
the FYI Notes", FYI 1, RFC 1150
, March 1990.
5.2. Informative Reference
[INDEX] "FYI Index", http://www.rfc-editor.org/fyi-index.html
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