[rfc-i] Graphics and XML

Yoav Nir ynir at checkpoint.com
Tue Jul 10 09:59:48 PDT 2012

On Jul 10, 2012, at 7:42 PM, Paul Hoffman wrote:

> On Jul 10, 2012, at 9:37 AM, Yoav Nir wrote:
>> I don't know. How do you download the RFC?
> I was speaking of mirroring the RFC directory with FTP or rsync.
>> If you just click File-->Save As… in a browser, you will normally just save the HTML file, or batch-use wget to download a bunch of them. Yes, some browsers have the ability to save all contents in a single file
> *All* common browsers do.
>> , but they are not always interoperable between browsers (can anything other than Safari read .webarchive?).
> If you downloaded the HTML with one browser, yes, you would have to open it locally with that browser. There is nothing different here than with any other web page.
>> Besides, single files are easier to mail.
> Are you suggesting that all art in an RFC *has* to be done with inline SVG?

Or with inline graphics as Joe Hildebrand suggested (I've added the ellipsis. It's originally very long):

          <figure id='nit-flow'>
            <img src='data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgA...YII=' alt='A description of the diagram' width='236' height='176' />
            <figcaption><a class='self-ref' href='#nit-flow'>Figure 1.</a> Possible workflow for processing HTML RFCs</figcaption>

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