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RFC Spec Draft #41
Hey @msporny, your help is very welcome -- we unfortunately don't colletively have much experience with standards bodies yet, which is one of the reasons this PR hasn't moved much.
I'd be happy to be your liaison on this. I have much multiformats context and would love to learn some of the IETF processes before pushing for a multiaddr RFC.
Hey @lgierth, thanks for getting back to me so quickly. I think I'll attempt a first rough cut by putting the minimum in the RFC. These specs are such that the less you put in them, the better off you are (as long as the explanation is complete). My assumption is that @jbenet is the person that wrote the most in the multihash specification, so he'll go down as lead editor and I'll put myself as secondary as I'll be editing the IETF specification. Does that work for your team? ... or would you rather have an editor from Protocol Labs (or somewhere else)?