by Darius Kazemi, Jan 30 2019
Adding Stanford and Carnegie Mellon
RFC-30 is a revision of RFCs 10, 16, 24, and 27, which build on RFC-3. All of these documents attempt to define the scope of an RFC. This one was authored by Steve Crocker on Feb 4th, 1970.
The technical content
This document is identical to RFC-27, but in addition to a few typo corrections it:
- adds Robert Sproull of Stanford, who would later go on to Xerox PARC
- adds Nico Habermann of Carnegie-Mellon
- corrects Kim Fry of MITRE to Jim Fry of MITRE