[ftpext] FTP Host Draft

Robert McMurray <robmcm@microsoft.com> Wed, 01 September 2010 19:32 UTC

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The FTP HOST command draft completed last call in May and Alexey Melnikov signed off in June, but we put it on hold for the IETF meeting in Maastricht.


Is there any reason why it cannot continue to move forward at this time? Should it continue as an individual submission?


Robert McMurray
US-IIS Product Unit
Email: robmcm@microsoft.com