[rfc-i] Reminder: xml2rfc v2 transition

Julian Reschke 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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