[rfc-i] transition plan for choosing alternative format for RFCs
Patrick Linskey (plinskey)
plinskey at cisco.com
Sun Mar 25 10:36:00 PDT 2012
On Mar 25, 2012, at 6:43, "Larry Masinter" <masinter at adobe.com> wrote:
> It's great if there are accessible editions of every document, of course,
> but "standards" often have more accessible resources describing,
> explaining, illustrating the standard. If you want to read something
> on your phone... is it important to reduce other requirements so that
> you can accomplish that?
I think I'd say "yes, if necessary." I'm not sufficiently caught up on this thread to really know if it's necessary, but barriers to mobile access == barriers to my workflow, at least.
> Is it possible to take an ASCII text file and generate an xml2rfc input
> which would re-generate the same text? But also generate good looking
> appropriate HTML, PDF?
Not without adding a whole bunch of semantics to the contents of the ASCII file, which doesn't seem appealing.
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