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From: Lisa Dusseault <lisa@xythos.com>
Date: Sun, 22 Jun 2003 12:35:18 -0700
To: "Jason Crawford" <ccjason@us.ibm.com>, "'Webdav WG'" <w3c-dist-auth@w3c.org>
Message-ID: <007001c338f5$6bc6cec0$fdcb90c6@lisalap>

MKCOL_AND_302: This issue can be marked "inBis" if not CLOSED.  Draft -03 says that MKCOL can return 302 and there have been no objections so far.

IMPLIED_LWS: This issue can be marked "inBis" if not CLOSED.  Draft -03 says that the HTTP rules are imported "including the rules about implied linear white-space."

PUT_AND_INTERMEDIATE_COLLECTIONS: This issue can be marked "inBis" if not CLOSED.  Draft -03 says "The server MUST NOT create those intermediate collections automatically.”

INTEROP_DELETE_AND_MULTISTATUS: This is the old issue respecting how HTTP clients might be confused by a 207 response to a DELETE message, believing it to be a success message  <http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/w3c-dist-auth/1999AprJun/0062.html>.  Have we got consensus to continue using 207, on the basis that by now it would break far more WebDAV clients to *stop* using 207?

- Julian says continue using 207 but has also proposed switching to a 4XX
- Roy argues it violates RFC2616  
- My vote is to continue using 207
- The interim meeting attendees in Jan 2003 were unanimous in continuing with 207
- John DeSoi points out that Netscape uses DELETE and 2XX should not be redefined
- Bob Denny says let's not violate RFC2616
- Geoff Clemm might want to clarify his position

I don't think we have consensus yet overall.  Please discuss, clarify, or even simply restate your position.

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