Re: [hybi] HyBi WG update

<L.Wood@surrey.ac.uk> Wed, 21 July 2010 08:01 UTC

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You don't need implementers implementing from the latest revision of the draft.

You need implementers implementing from a _considered_ version of the draft, and a fixed referencable point at that.

On the author's note: We've already discussed not promoting discussion on WHATWG. This is an IETF draft; all discussion needs to be on hybi. Are you not following IETF list discussion except in sporadic bursts?

-----Original Message-----
From: hybi-bounces@ietf.org [mailto:hybi-bounces@ietf.org] On Behalf Of Ian Hickson
Sent: 21 July 2010 08:19
To: Salvatore Loreto
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Subject: Re: [hybi] HyBi WG update

On Mon, 21 Jun 2010, Salvatore Loreto wrote:
>
> The 00 version Ian Hickson has update contains in the Abstract 
> section, the following note:
> 
>      NOTE!  THIS COPY OF THIS DOCUMENT IS OBSOLETE.
> 
>        For an up-to-date copy of this specification, please see:
>
>        http://www.whatwg.org/specs/web-socket-protocol/
>       
> this note is against the IETF common practice, so we invite Ian to remove it.

The note is there because Joe requested that I not update the IETF copy as often as the WHATWG copy. I need implementors looking at the latest version of the draft. I don't really mind if they look at the HTML copy on the WHATWG site (part of the Web Apps 1.0 draft), the text copy on the WHATWG site, or the text copy on the IETF site, so long as what they look at is up to date. Should I resume sending updates to the IETF draft as I make them?


> If the authors that want to make available proposed changes that 
> aren't yet in a published ID then the canonical approach would be to 
> keep the "current edits" version on tools.ietf.org in the WG's 
> Subversion repository (both as xml source and txt) :
> http://svn.tools.ietf.org/svn/wg/hybi/

Is there a reference anywhere that explains how to get an account there? 
I'd be happy to update my scripts to also upload a copy there. If we can host the latest copy of the spec there I'm more than happy to change the link in the note at the top to point to that draft instead, if that would make everyone at the IETF less nervous.


> We also invite Ian to remove the following Author's note section [...]

For why?

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