Projects supported by RFCS
funding typically include production processes, application, utilisation and conversion of resources, safety at work, environmental protection, reducing CO2 emissions from coal use and steel production.
IPv6 unicast addressing of node interfaces (for both end systems and routers) is based on RFC 2374, which covers the Aggregatable Global Unicast address format.
If you want to understand the role of the IETF and the standardization process, if you need a list of all the organizations involved in the process and a description of what they do, or if you wish to attend an IETF meeting, there is an interesting and humorous RFC that describes the background, processes, and roles: RFC 3160, titled "The Tao of IETF-A Novice's Guide to the Internet Engineering Task Force."
According to Moore, RFC 2964 "focuses on informed consent because one of the significant issues with cookies, as opposed to other methods of collecting information from consumers, is that with cookies consumers typically aren't even aware that the information is being collected."
The second, more technical, RFC (2965) proposes revising existing cookie protocol, putting emphasis on an informed consent standard.
Published simultaneously in the Requests for Comments (RFCS
) series, each BCP goes beyond the basic protocol specifications to explain how, not just what, to do over the Internet.