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Re: DTD on the draft
Benjamin, we are sorry you are so angry. The "official" site of all IETF
drafts is always on the IETF pages. (www.ietf.org). WE keep a copy on
our site as a "courtesy." Because of that, sometimes, we get behind. We
all have other jobs - so we do the updates when we can. This draft had
been out on the calsch site - however, it went under some major revisions
because of the changes added to support BEEP. I'm not sure where the most
current copies went. However, the most current copies are FOR SURE out on
the IETF site. If you are interested in reading an IETF draft, you should
use that site as your starting point. Hope that helps.
Also, it is preferable that we keep our lists "nice." By that, I mean
keep the bad language at home and not on this list. Screaming on the list
is ok - cursing kind of is not... 8-)
Patricia Egen Consulting
"Benjamin Sonntag" <benjamin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent by: owner-ietf-calendar@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: DTD on the draft
Why the calsch.org web site is so outdated ???
Is it an OFFICIAL page about CAP or not ?
If it is not, is there an official website ?
I'm quite angry ...
>>>Where did you get this DTD? It is not in the CAP draft or the xCal
> Ah--I think that's from when we had a misunderstanding about BEEP;
> someone revised the draft on the assumption that using BEEP meant we
> had to encode CAP in XML. We're no longer doing that; we're back to
> using text/calendar.
I did not heard about it in the list, nor in the latest cap draft in
calsch.org (I thought the latest was here...)