I guess there's no further problem. By "most of IPP documents have
expired", I simply meant that most were now over 6 months old.
Thanks for telling us about the I-D datatracker used by the IESG.
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Subject: Re: IPP> 'ippget' was deleted from I-D repository
> Considering that it's the IPP event delivery method that seems least
> controversial (for security and other issues), oddly the IPP in-band
> 'ippget' event delivery method disappeared last week from the IETF's
> I-D repository
It shouldn't have; draft-ietf-ipp-notify-get-06.txt has been listed in the
Internet Draft datatracker the IESG uses since at least March. It is my
understanding that that should be sufficient to keep the draft in place.
Regardless, I'm cc'ing the secretariat on this message to ask them to
restore this draft. I've said previously that this one will be last
called once the other notification documents have been revised. I'm
holding off since the other changes may require changes in this one as
> Of course the I-D has expired, but so have most of a dozen other
> IPP specs currently under IESG consideration.
Um, care to be more specific? I checked and the only other WG draft I see
that's expired is draft-ietf-ipp-ldap-printer-schema-06.txt. Patrik has been
dealing with that one so I don't know what its status is. I'm cc'ing him
in case he cares to comment.
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