[Ietf-calsify] Issue 1: new proposed text
lear at cisco.com
Wed Sep 20 08:30:13 PDT 2006
Again, chair hat off.
Oliver Block wrote:
> Am Dienstag, 19. September 2006 11:22 schrieb Eliot Lear:
>> <Chair Hat Off>
>> * The concern is only for those who are attempting to read the
>> calendar information in a text based mailer,
> Actually it is for everybody who wants to produce well-formed UTF-8.
But nobody will care unless they're looking at the raw message. Yes,
it's malformed, but then it's not really meant to be represented. What
really should be happening is that implementations should use MIME
multipart/alternative and not put a text/calendar message in front of a
>> Hence, relaxing of folding is perhaps not advisable.
>> 2. Add a sentence as follows: "It is possible for very simple
>> implementations to have improperly folded lines in the middle of
>> UTF-8 characters. In such cases, implementations SHOULD unfold
>> lines in such a way to properly restore the character.
> Would you want to add this to the old text or to one of the new proposals?
Ok, WG chair hat on:
Don't forget that if you have an alternative please present it. If I
missed it I apologize in advance.
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