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As an alternative to adding the dir attribute to rfc4287, I've published
draft-snell-atompub-bidi-00.txt as an extension in a separate namespace.
As always, feedback is requested and welcome.
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Title : Atom Bidirectional Extension
Author(s) : J. Snell
Filename : draft-snell-atompub-bidi-00.txt
Pages : 8
Date : 2006-10-13
This document describes an extension to the Atom format that can be
used to define the base directionality of directionally-neutral
characters contained within an Atom document.
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