Adam Turoff wrote:
> All of the RFCs have mailing lists associated with them, and all of
> the mailing lists have chairpeople leading discussion.
> Why not ask these chairpeople to start a Last Call process, whereby
> any unmaintained RFCs can be marked as "unmaintained and withdrawn"
> by the relevant WGC. That should cull out a bunch that haven't been
> updated since being posted one month ago. Especially the dubious ones.
Wait. Does a good idea have to go away simply because the person
who originally proposed it no longer has interest? What if several
people are interested, but the original author has totally skipped out
on Perl6 development, and the other interested people don't realize
the RFC is about to be discarded?