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WG last call on HTTP/1.0

From: Dave Raggett <dsr@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 14 Sep 1995 11:51:12 -0400
Message-Id: <199509141551.AA087233873@w3.org>
To: http WG <http-wg%cuckoo.hpl.hp.com@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
As working group chair, and judging from the lack of comments on
HTTP/1.0 issues, it would seem that the HTTP-WG has come to consensus
on the contents of the HTTP/1.0 "best current practice" specification,
as currently represented in <draft-ietf-http-v10-spec-03.txt and .ps>.
In order to continue progress on our other tasks, we would now like
to declare this one complete and forward it to the IESG.

If you disagree and your conflicting opinion has not already been judged
by a poll for consensus on the WG, then please restate that opinion now.
Any objections must include the complete and exact wording that you
would like added, exactly where in Draft 03 it should be added, and/or
what text needs to be removed from Draft 03.

All opinions will be compared to the stated guidelines for inclusion
in the BCP:

    Each specified feature must be correctly and consistently
    implemented on approximately 80% or more of the currently existing
    clients and servers which should implement those features.

If there are no objections, Draft 03 will be forwarded to the IESG
for final review on Thursday, September 21 (one week from today).
If there are any objections, they will be polled for rough consensus on
this WG and, if changes are required, a new draft will be generated
containing only those changes and forwarded to the IESG on
Monday, September 25.

As with all drafts, the IESG will likely issue an official Last Call
of their own after our submittal.

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