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On Apr 19, 2012, at 11:17 PM, David Conrad wrote: > I'd argue that you want to deallocate as soon as an experiment is over. But the point is that experiments don't necessarily become "over". Some of them in effect become standards, and it would probably be good if there were an easy way to reclassify the experimental RFC as a Proposed Standard. Saying that "nobody" is using a given code point or RFC of any category is very difficult.