That's helpful - maybe the tools team can start a more centralized
collection. As I noted in another context, the problem today is that
changes during AUTH48 often don't make it into the author (XML) version
since the editing is based on the RFC editor's ASCII and the OLD/NEW
batch editor. It would be really bad if a collection of XML were to show
the state just before AUTH48 (and maybe even before any IESG notes to
the RFC editor).
Marshall Rose wrote:
- Making XML-RFC versions of existing or new RFCs available to the
many can be found at http://xml.resource.org/public/rfc/xml/
i'm sure that other people have other repositories.
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