Hi All -- We are currently stopped dead in our tracks waiting for
Jacob's lastest revision to give us all a common point of departure
for our next rounds of review and approval. Any efforts to work
around this obstacle are going to jusyt waste our enegeries and cause
Please, lets just wait for Jacob to get his draft out for review. I
am sure he is working on it, but in the face of continued revision
suggestions based on old drafts, he must be having a difficult time
fitting things together.
Continued input right now is only going to cause further delay.
Thanks for all yrou interest and good intentions! Cheers...\Stef
From your message Wed, 10 Jul 1996 20:48:08 PDT:
}>What we need is for someone to propose specific new text to replace
}>the two sections on charsets and newlines.
}I did, although it's not great... maybe I should make another pass at
}it. I'm not sure what Jacob intends to do with my proposed edits.
}Date: 8 Jul 1996 23:42:24 -0700
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}CC: [log in to unmask]
}In-reply-to: <[log in to unmask]>
} (message from Jacob Palme on Mon, 8 Jul 1996 10:05:25 PDT)
}Subject: Re: MHTML WG Minutes for WG review before IETF publication...
}From: Larry Masinter <[log in to unmask]>
}I found myself tempted to make much more wide-ranging edits to the
}draft. I'm not clear that this is welcome, though.
}Also Steve Zilles showed me a marked-up copy where lots of the
}'HTML-centrism' part of the draft was fixed, so that it was clear that
}the same mechanism would work for mailing PDF with embedded resources
}too. However, the thing you mailed me doesn't seem to have those edits
}applied. So, though I tried to do some of this (below), I think my
}effort might be counter-productive.
}I will volunteer to repropose edits whatever it is Jacob produces,
}either using the enclosed edits or not.