Do I need a GitHub or an OpenReview.net account to contribute to an RFC?

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Yes, you will need a GitHub account if you would like to contribute directly to the text of an RFC, to discuss issues or to comment on pull requests. If you would like to comment on a review candidate on OpenReview.net you will need an account on OpenReview.net. Both tools serve to make attributions of content and comments from individual persons possible and to help to ensure scientific standards for the drafting and review process.

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