You know you want to. So, here is information on how to write an RFC for publication.
- From RFC2223: Instructions for RFC Authors:
- RFCs can be written by anyone,
- but typically come from the IETF.
- the ultimate authority for what is published in the RFC series is the RFC editor.
- RFCs are traditionally submitted as ASCII text and the format of the primary RFC is ASCII.
- If diagrams are needed, then a second copy of the RFC in PostScript is traditionally used, but the PostScript document must match the ASCII version of the document.
- If an RFC is to be a standard, then it must be approved by the IESG.
- For more information on the particulars of the format, see the RFC.
- Also see RFC2629: Writing I-Ds and RFCs using XML for information on the suggested DTD and detailed instructions on writing RFCs using XML.