Tim Bray: Atom is done. Now the editorial processes grind away and eventually the official specification of the Atom Publishing Protocol will be an RFC substantially identical to draft-ietf-atompub-protocol-17; it’ll join RFC4287 as the official products of the IETF Atompub Working Group
Next up: a F2F
interop event in Tokyo. Followed by an online interop event in August. There has even been some talk of a September interop event in the bay area.
Whoa – I was going to post the same thing in Tim’s comments as you titled this entry. (But didn’t as I didn’t have anything interesting to add.)
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