XSF Discussion - 2014-02-09

  1. ralphm


  2. Wojtek


  3. Wojtek

    not sure which room would be better - jdev or this one but given it's related to rfcs and xeps I'm asking here

  4. Wojtek

    for XEPs it's possible to download pdf (and xml) of the documents (v. "This document in other formats: XML PDF"), however it's not possible for RFC162(0|1|2) - is it intentional? Could pdf be made available? (i.m referring to versions available at xmpp.org, not ietf)

  5. fippo

    should be possible, but i doubt the result is going to look any different from the version you get on tools.ietf.org

  6. Wojtek

    actually, judging from XEPs, it's a bit better (IMHO) - not using proportinal font and better formatting

  7. fippo

    the tool used for the xeps is better... but i don't think it can handle the rfcs (which would be using xml2rfc)

  8. fippo pokes Tobias

  9. Tobias

    currently the workflow only supports the XML format of XEPs

  10. Wojtek

    ok, thanks

  11. Wojtek

    any plans to make it work with RFC as well?

  12. Neustradamus

    Note: Before the new generation of PDF, we need to update XEPs (with new year...)

  13. Tobias

    Wojtek, personally no....my next plan is support images in the PDF generation, since some of the new XEPs are using those

  14. Wojtek

    ok, cool

  15. Tobias

    the IETF has the strange requirement ot be able to still print teletype machines from the 70s....so they are quite *special*

  16. dwd

    Neustradamus, If you mean the copyright year, then no, not really. That only should change when the XEP is changed.

  17. Neustradamus

    http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0001.html 2013 :)

  18. Neustradamus

    and in the same time all http://www.xmpp.org/ will be http://xmpp.org/ normaly, Peter has changed this.

  19. dwd

    Neustradamus, Right, and I'd expect that XEPs would change as an when they're updated.

  20. dwd

    Moroever, I'd hope the new Editorial Team would (once formed) handle this kind of thing.

  21. Zash

    ET solves all problems!

  22. dwd

    And of course both Neustradamus and Zash volunteered, right?

  23. Neustradamus

    of course.

  24. Neustradamus

    I have sent a lot of points like missing redirections in http://xmpp.org/extensions/inbox/.

  25. Zash