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 ====== Definitions ====== ====== Definitions ======
-Submission format, Input format = Internet-Draft as submitted ​to the RFC Editor; ​may or may not be the same as any other format (though it would make the workflow somewhat simpler for the RFC Editor if it were); ​if necessary, ​will be converted to another format for further processing and publication+Source format, aka Submission format, Input format = the format used by authors, etc., when writing an I-D. Currently: XML (can be uploaded ​to the I-D submission tool currently), NROFF, .doc, .txt 
 +  * may or may not be the same as any other format (though it would make the workflow somewhat simpler for the RFC Editor if it were); ​ 
 +  * will be converted to another format for further processing and publication ​if necessary
  
-Canonical format = the authorized, recognized, accepted, official version of the documentother document types may be derived from this format; may or may not be one of the possible output formats+Canonical format = the authorized, recognized, accepted, official version of the document 
 +  * other document types may be derived from this format; may or may not be one of the possible output formats
  
-Archival format = currently the printed, paper copy and the digital .txt of the RFC+Archival format = currently the printed, paper copy AND the digital .txt of the RFC 
 +  * currently the same as the canonical format
  
 Output format, Display format = format as it may be read or printed after publication process has completed; currently ASCII, PDF, and HTML are common output or display formats Output format, Display format = format as it may be read or printed after publication process has completed; currently ASCII, PDF, and HTML are common output or display formats
- +  * For I-D: TXT*, PDF*, PS*, HTML. 
-Reference format = the version of the RFC commonly used as a normative or informative reference; currently the ASCII format; need to determine if this format can/will be the equivalent to the Canonical formatand if notwhat is the appropriate format to reference +  * For RFC: TXT.TXT.PDFEnhanced PDF (rare) 
 +  * Outside RFC Editor: HTML (via rfcmarkup), HTML (via datatracker),​ PDF, perhaps others.
  
 ====== Physical format ====== ====== Physical format ======
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   * For: We should take their needs for format flexibility (reflow) in to account   * For: We should take their needs for format flexibility (reflow) in to account
   * Against: Not enough people use mobile devices, and those that can can generally scroll, so this should be treated as an edge case at best   * Against: Not enough people use mobile devices, and those that can can generally scroll, so this should be treated as an edge case at best
-  * Additional thoughts: interesting numbers regarding mobile device web browsing: ​http://mobithinking.com/​mobile-marketing-tools/latest-mobile-stats/​b#​mobilepageviews and http://​mobithinking.com/​mobile-marketing-tools/​latest-mobile-stats/​b#​mobile-only+  * Additional thoughts: interesting numbers regarding mobile device web browsing: ​[[https://vivipins.com/​mobile-marketing-statistics/]]
  
  
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