Re: [tap] RFC Status?

Gaurav Vaidya <gaurav@ggvaidya.com> Mon, 11 August 2014 19:07 UTC

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Hi Andrew!

On 11 Aug, 2014, at 12:42 pm, Andrew de Andrade <andrew@deandrade.com.br> wrote:
> While thinking about this, I decided to go out and figure out if there is such a thing as nested TAP in the protocol specification. While searching for this, I came across this group, which is a great, but it appears there has been no activity here in a while and it looks like all the wiki pages with prior information about the state of the TAP protocol becoming an IETF RFC have disappeared. 
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> What's the current state of TAP? Is there still interest in taking this to RFC status? I found some previous discussions on the list about nested TAP. Did those make it into the specification in any way? If so, where can I find examples of correct nested tap results?
The most recent version of the spec I could find was at https://github.com/gaurav/test-anything-protocol/blob/master/output/draft-vaidya-test-anything-protocol-00.txt, but this doesn’t talk about nesting at all. I’ve been out of the loop for a long, long time for graduate school reasons, but I think I remember someone (Ovid?) writing up a spec for nested TAP elsewhere?

cheers,
Gaurav