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Author belopolsky
Recipients BreamoreBoy, belopolsky, mirabilos, mirkovogt, r.david.murray
Date 2015-02-27.15:22:45
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> RFCs are just RFCs and not standards

RFCs have a standards track which includes steps such as "Proposed Standard", "Draft Standard", and "Internet Standard".  Once they become Internet Standards, they get an additional designation as STD.  For example, RFC 822 (which is relevant here) is an Internet Standard and also known as STD 11. RFC 3339 ("Date and Time on the Internet: Timestamps") is a Proposed Standard, but widely used and implemented.
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