[VCARDDAV] Going from I-D to RFC?

DataPacRat <datapacrat@gmail.com> Fri, 20 September 2013 14:59 UTC

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Subject: [VCARDDAV] Going from I-D to RFC?
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There are at least a couple of drafts for extending the vCard format - my
signed vCard set, the phonetic name one, and likely a few more. Once a
given draft has been hammered out into a reasonably acceptable form... what
should the submitter(s) do next, to try an maximize the odds of a
reasonably speedy adoption as an RFC?



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