[rfc-i] section/@numbered feedback
cabo at tzi.org
Sun Mar 6 14:57:19 PST 2016
Now I’m confused: XML2RFCv2 has had section/@numbered since 2015-02-22.
It doesn’t appear to be documented in RFC 7749.
It is needed to do RFC 7322 style acknowledgements, so I have been recommending its use to kramdown-rfc users.
[_] a bug in RFC 7749
[_] a feature of XML2RFCv2 that is just anticipating XML2RFCv3
[_] a feature of XML2RFCv2 I should stop recommending
[_] all just my confusion
Multiple answers may be valid…
(There is also reference/@quote-title…)
On 1 December 2014 at 11:50:12, Heather Flanagan (RFC Series Editor) (rse at rfc-editor.org) wrote:
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On 11/28/14 4:37 PM, Julian Reschke wrote:
> On 2014-11-28 17:21, Carsten Bormann wrote:
>> On 28 Nov 2014, at 16:58, Julian Reschke <julian.reschke at gmx.de>
>>> What is the use case for this? Where would we allow unnumbered
>> One such section is the Acknowledgements in the Back Matter (see
>> section 4.10 of RFC 7322).
>>> Can they appear *between* numbered sections?
>> Not in RFC 7322, AFAICS. (Is there a problem with them appearing
>> between numbered sections?)
> I would find this very confusing; before allowing it I'd like to
> understand what that would be used for.
I would find this fairly confusing as well. Unnumbered sections in
the back matter are fairly typical. Unnumbered sections in the middle
of the text? I can't think of a reasonable use case.
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