[rfc-i] Use of PDF/A for archiving RFC's

Tim Bray tbray at textuality.com
Wed Mar 21 15:19:22 PDT 2012


What advantage would PDF/A have over HTML? Seems to me that HTML would have
equal longevity and is immensely more flexible in terms of usable delivery
technologies.
On Mar 21, 2012 10:19 AM, "Leonard Rosenthol" <lrosenth at adobe.com> wrote:

> Hello.****
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> I have heard that you are investigating formats for use in archiving RFCs,
> and I’d like to propose the use of PDF/A (ISO 19005) for that purpose.****
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> I’ve put together a short presentation that I hope clearly introduces
> PDF/A and its benefits as part of a solution for future RFC distribution &
> archiving.****
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> Thanks for your consideration,****
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> Leonard Rosenthol****
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> PDF Architect, Adobe Systems****
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> ISO Project Leader, ISO 19005 (PDF/A)****
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