[rfc-i] Reminder: xml2rfc v2 transition
julian.reschke at gmx.de
Sat Apr 5 10:10:03 PDT 2014
On 2014-04-05 18:58, RFC Series Editor wrote:
> As a reminder to the community, the RFC Editor will transition completely
> to xml2rfc v2 for processing XML source for drafts in July, 2014. That
> means that we will not be able to benefit from your XML source if it doesn't
> work with xml2rfc v2. Since we do appreciate receiving XML source for the
> drafts which are approved for publication, we encourage those who are still
> working with a tool-chain based on xml2rfc v1 (the TCL releases) to
> transition to v2 (the Python releases).
> The RFC Editor will continue to accept XML source for Internet-Drafts created
> using v1 that are approved for publication until 30 June 2014.
> Authors may also continue to submit documents in nroff or txt.
So if I had XML source that works in v1 but not in v2, I'd have to
submit nroff or txt instead? How is this actually helping anybody?
(I understand the intent, but the way it's phrased really doesn't make a
lot of sense)
Best regards, Julian
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