I've posted it a little early because I'm excited but here is my reading and analysis of RFC-1, the very first official Request for Comments document and an important piece of internet history.
I'm doing one of these a day for a year. You can follow along at @365-rfcs. I'll only be posting the really noteworthy ones on this account.
RFC-5 was an early (eventually abandoned) proposal for delivering rich applications over ARPANET. Specifically it was conceived as a way to connect to Doug Englebart's "mother of all demos" computing system remotely from a more typical OS! My writeup:
You can follow along with my series commenting on the first 365 RFCs here @365-rfcs
@darius (side note: mastodon won't let me follow because hyphens are not valid in usernames, according to the error I just got from the toot-lab)
@djsundog cool. hyphens are valid characters in AP usernames so yeah, it should work
This is a private instance that @email@example.com is using for development and testing.