Re: [tlp-interest] A clerical correction to the IETF Trust Legal Provisions 5.0

Lars Eggert <> Tue, 14 September 2021 08:17 UTC

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On 2021-9-13, at 22:15, John Levine <> wrote:
> The boilerplace is just three paragraphs of text.  I don't see how would putting it in markdown would make any difference other than perhaps making the URLs linkier.

it would allow GitHub users and others to include the Markdown text directly (and ideally have it automatically update), rather than screen-scraping an HTML page.

If screen-scraping is still the way to go, could a publication timestamp be added to those pages that have boilerplate text, so one would know when something has changed?