On 2009-07-01 22:38 Martin Rex said the following:
While I participated IETF Meetings in 1995-98, I often used "pstools" to
create printed copies (2-up) of RFCs and Internet Drafts for reading
while travelling and during meetings (didn't have a laptop).
I used a wrapping perl-script because it was a little difficult
to cope with some documents (varying page lengths and no page feed
control character, plus occasionally Word-corrupted quote characters).
Maybe the IETF could provide a conversion page on their Web-Server
that can convert RFCs and Internet Drafts on the fly from their
original ASCII-form into page-formatted PDF files, something like
you post an URL in a Form, it gives you back a PDF.
Yes. Something like this already exists, has been available as an online
service since 2005, and was created explicitly to help people print documents:
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