I find this most helpful. If only the ietf would do this for presentations
instead of just html. Then one can put together a reliable collection that is
completely portable for a meeting, conference, work on a plane, anywhere a
active internet connection may not be an option.
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From: Bora Akyol [mailto:akyol(_at_)pluris(_dot_)com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2001 9:50 AM
To: Keith Moore
Subject: Re: RFCs in PDF
The only way I have found on Win 2K to print RFCs while preserving
formatting is to ps-print them from emacs running on Windows.
You can even print to a networked printer.
On Wed, 28 Mar 2001, Keith Moore wrote:
At one time I was told by several folks that Windows users have a difficult
time dealing with RFCs because there is no program that ships with Windows
that can print RFCs while preserving page breaks. (of course, some people
might be content to view RFCs on a screen, but the people who were
were in fact printer developers - who presumably prefer hardcopy :)
This was a few years ago, so perhaps this situation has changed somewhat.
But just on a whim I decided to produce a set of RFCs in PDF and solicit
feedback about how useful they are.
p.s. Don't expect these to be any more beautiful than their originals -
the goal has been to reproduce them faithfully, not to pretty them up.