[TOOLS-DEVELOPMENT] Getting a list of recently adopted document

Roman Danyliw <rdd@cert.org> Thu, 11 April 2019 11:29 UTC

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Subject: [TOOLS-DEVELOPMENT] Getting a list of recently adopted document
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Hi Tools Team!

I'm helping Greg Wood launch an "IETF Notifications of Emerging Work" project.  The thinking is we'd like to have a way to easily summarize new work the IETF is starting.  To make this tractable, "new work" has been defined as all of the drafts that have been recently adopted per a given look-back period by a WG (i.e., draft-ietf-<wg name>-*-00).

The channels in which this would be summarized/announced is yet to be determined, but the raw data required per -00 draft is the draft name, WG, title, and abstract.

Doing this manually wouldn't be feasible, so we were looking for assistance with automation.  How far off is such a regular report from something that already exists?