<<Sorry for the top-posting...>>
First of all, thank you for your reply...
From the presentation I understand that I should 'convince' the WG first
(page 14). Since a WG for HTTP does not exist and I've already talked to the
http-wg mailing list, should I follow the suggested
'Individuals->WG->IETF->IESG' path and ask this list?
Also, I believe that I've already seen most of the things that the
presenations shows in BCP9 and the other docs I've read. Did I miss
On Sunday 02 September 2007, xupeili 18916 wrote:
> Hi, Stefanos
> There is an excellent tutorial on how to bring new work to the IETF here:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Stefanos Harhalakis <[email protected]>
> Date: Monday, September 3, 2007 0:09 am
> Subject: What to do next?
> > Hello there,
> > I've wrote and submitted a draft . I've also asked for
> > feedback at the
> > http-wg mailing list. I believe that there is no more feedback
> > coming from
> > the http-wg list and I'd like an advice on what to do next. (The
> > draft
> > describes a method for HTTP to support on-demand headers)
> > Should I ask browser developers for more feedback? Should I try
> > to implement
> > this? Something tells me that I should not submit it to IESG yet.
> > I've read
> > RFC and I-D guidelines and BCP9, but I'm still not sure what to do.
> > All advices will be greatly appreciated...
> > Best regards,
> > Harhalakis Stefanos
> >  https://datatracker.ietf.org/drafts/draft-sharhalakis-httphreq/
> > (2nd
> > version is submitted and should be visible soon)
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