ANCIENT IETF 'TEAPOT' GAG PRESERVED FOR POSTERITY AS A STANDARD

'Error 418: I'm a teapot' scores 'reserved' status in IANA Status Code Registry The august and serious folk at the IETF have always had a soft spot for their April Fool's jokes, and so do others – so much that a proposal to deprecate a joke has met with successful resistance.…

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