Re: Submitting input-form data to server

Chris Adie <>
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From: Chris Adie <>
To:, "Henning G. Schulzrinne" <>
Date: Mon, 6 Sep 1993 09:01:34 GMT
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Henning Schulzrinne ( wrote:
> Have a look at the Internet draft 'Encoding for Personal Contact
> Information (PCI)' by D. Crocker, 9 June 1993. This might give some
> ideas (although I do not like the encoding all that much).

Neither do I.  This draft was discussed at the Amsterdam IETF at a BOF
led by Dave Crocker.  After the BOF, I volunteered to try and do better
using SGML.  A preliminary spec for "SGML-based Hirearchical Attribute-
Value Encoding" (SHAVE) exists, with a chapter on SGML-based Personal
Contact Information (SPCI).  I'm trying to get this to a state where it
is fit for public consumption - hopefully this week.  I think it is relevant
to this discussion.

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