Acknowledgements to Lloyd Wood in Internet RFCs

In RFC8086 as a result of discussion in the Transport Area working group.
In RFC7510 as a result of explaining port pollution (IPv4) and network pollution (IPv6) when UDP checksums are turned off in the MPLS workgroup.
In RFC7258/BCP188 as a result of arguing strongly against it during very hasty last-call discussion on the main IETF discussion list.
In RFC7242 as a result of discussion in the Delay Tolerant Networking Research Group.
In RFC6256 as a result of discussion in the Delay Tolerant Networking Research Group.
In RFC6151 as a result of last-call discussion on the main IETF discussion list.
In RFC4838 as a result of discussion in the Delay Tolerant Networking Research Group.
In RFC4591 as a result of discussion in the PWE3 working group.
In RFC3449/BCP69 and RFC3155/BCP50 as a result of discussion in the PILC working group.
In RFC3309 as a result of discussion in the Transport Area working group.
In RFC3260 as a result of discussion in the Diffserv working group.


Lloyd Wood (L.Wood@society.surrey.ac.uk)
right here, right now