Draft Agenda MHTML in Montreal, June 1996

Version two, 21 June 1996 from Jacob Palme E-mail: jpalme@dsv.su.se. at the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, Stockholm University/KTH

This draft agenda can be found at URL:
Revised versions might become available as draft-agenda-2, 3, etc.

The issues in this draft agenda are more fully described in the issues list. The issues in this draft agenda are the same as in the issues list and listed in the same order, except that I have moved the three most controversial to the top of the agenda, to be discussed first.


: draft-ietf-mhtml-spec
: draft-ietf-mhtml-spec
: draft-ietf-mhtml-info
: draft-ietf-mhtml-related
The issue numbers in the table below refer to the issues in the issues list.
Agenda Item No. Issue No. in Issue List Time Description
A 8 15 Require exact match of links and Content-Location headers
B 7 10 Linked body parts SHOULD or MUST be inside multipart/related
C 9 10 Multipart/related versus Content-Disposition
D 2a 3 LWSP in URL-s in e-mail headers
E 2b 10 Encoding of 8-bit characters in URL-s in e-mail headers
F 2c 10 Relation to HTTP 1.1 specification of Content-Base and Content-Location
G 3 3 Resolving relative URLs
H 4 10 Support for fast rendering
I 5 3 Allow File URLs
J 6 3 Allow non-IETF URIs
K 10a 10 Encoding of non-ascii characters in HTML bodies; allow all combinations
L 10b 10 Recommend any encoding as better than another?
M 10c 5 Line breaks must be CRLF, but only before QP/Base64 decoding.
N 10d 2 Base64 should of course also be allowed.
O 11 10 Conformance requirements
P 12 5 Multipart/related become a proposed or draft standard?
Q 13 10 Multipart/related issues
R 14 5 An informational RFC?
S 15 5 Implementation methods
T 16 5 Recipients who cannot handle multipart/related
U 17 5 Multipart/alternative
V 18 5 Recipients without full Internet connectivity
X 19 10 Default ACTION in forms
Y 1 3 Keep Alex Hopmann as editor?
Z 20 10 Reports on implementation status for various implementations
ZA 20 10 Future work plan
ZB 21 5 Any other issues

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