[rfc-i] [BULK] Re: posting to this list

Ggh ggh at multi.fi
Sun Jul 19 23:35:46 PDT 2020

Hi All,

I have been dealing RSS for quite some time, and would like to discuss  
ideas forth and back. I a few years ago wrote an RSS reader, which can  
read and display RSS contents.

RSS is nice in many ways, I like the way of dealing with RSS sources  
to display RSS contents to the reader.

In the the most general sense I think that RSS is important and a nice  
technology. I have some thoughts creating an RSS publisher,  

So, I would like to bounce ideas forth and back.

Feel free to post on RSS technology and bounce ideas.

My RSS publisher:

Thank's for your attention,

Best Regards,

Citerar Brian E Carpenter <brian.e.carpenter at gmail.com>:

> John, this actually isn't an IETF list. What you say about IETF  
> lists is true, of course.
> https://www.rfc-editor.org/mailman/listinfo/rfc-interest says:
> "It will not be used for discussion of the IETF standards process,  
> general IETF organizational issues, or issues for which the NOTE  
> WELL admonition is needed for IPR reasons."
> And Greg... welcome. Tell us.
> Regards
>    Brian Carpenter
> On 20-Jul-20 04:08, John Levine wrote:
>> In article  
>> <20200719135411.Horde.xsCwNsoxCPdmuFF8sAU3GSN at webmail.multi.fi> you  
>> write:
>>> Sorry, I am new to this list, but I need to ask:is anyone (and
>>> everyone) allowed to post to this list? Do you need to be a member of
>>> some kind/sort?
>> The IETF doesn't have members, you just show up.
>> Messages to IETF mailing lists are considered contributions
>> as described in the Note Well here:
>> https://www.ietf.org/about/note-well/
>> R's,
>> John
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