[rfc-i] how do you use PDF versions of RFCs and Internet Drafts?
framefritti at gmail.com
Tue Feb 25 12:30:08 PST 2014
On Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 8:15 PM, Tony Hansen <tony at att.com> wrote:
> I'm gathering information on how PDF versions of RFCs and Internet Drafts
> are used by the community.
> 1) How do you use PDF versions of RFCs and Internet Drafts?
Sometimes I print them, sometimes I read it on screen off-line (say
50-50). The "screen" usually is a laptop or a notebook (an old Asus
eee-PC with a tiny screen :-). Actually, for screen reading, if I am
online, I prefer the HTML version.
> 2) What are your preferred sources for these PDFs?
> 3) What PDF features do you use? What PDF features do you not use?
Mostly hyperlinks to sections and bibliographic references. (and text
searching, of course, although it is not PDF-specific)
> Feel free to respond either privately or on the rfc-interest list.
> Tony Hansen
> PS. For internet drafts, some sources of PDFs are:
> The output is similar to the HTML from
> selecting PDF output from xml.resource.org
> This can be either a PDF rendering of the text format or the HTML
> For RFCs, some sources of PDFs are:
> The output is similar to the HTML from tools.ietf.org/html/rfc####
> Some RFCs have been published in PDF format.
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