[Ltru] RFC 3282 revision

Alexey Melnikov <alexey.melnikov@isode.com> Tue, 18 August 2009 18:46 UTC

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I've just noticed a recent discussion on the mailing list about revising 
RFC 3282.
I should point out that there is actually another WG trying to advance 
this document to Full Standard. This WG is called YAM 

As an AD I welcome energy surrounding revision of RFC 3282. But please 
coordinate with the YAM WG. Otherwise if I get 2 versions of the 
document (one from participants of this WG and one from YAM), I would 
have to pick one ;-).

Best Regards,

P.S. There was a discussion in YAM meeting in Stockholm about how 
widespread is the use of Content-Language with multipart/alternative. 
Does anybody know which email/web clients support that?