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Olivier Dubuisson wrote:
> Kurt D. Zeilenga wrote:
> > At 09:18 AM 7/7/2003, Jim Sermersheim wrote:
> > >>>> Olivier Dubuisson <Olivier.Dubuisson@francetelecom.com> 7/3/03
> > >12:52:50 AM >>>
> > >>Dear Jim,
> > >>
> > >>regarding Section 9 of
> > >>please update the dates of X.680 and X.690 to 2002, for
> it is the only
> > >
> > >>version in force for the ASN.1 standard.
> > >
> > >I note also that [Syntaxes] points to the 1997 version of
> X.690, and
> > >[Models] points to the 1997 version of X.680 (though
> [Syntaxes] points
> > >to the 2002 version). I don't remember what we decided to
> do with the
> > >dates of the ITU-T documents, but likely we should apply
> the changes to
> > >all the documents.
> > For X.680/X.690, referencing the latest versions is not problematic.
> They are freely available from
> > For other ITU-T documents, in particular X.500 series documents, we
> > need to stick with 2nd edition revisions (e.g, circa 1993).
> > >>Would it be acceptable to you if the ASN.1 module
> defined in your I-D
> > >is
> > >>checked and pretty-printed by the ITU-T, and published
> as part of the
> > >
> > >>module database on their website at
> > >><http://www.itu.int/itu-t/asn1/database>?
> > Verification of the ASN.1 using available checkers would
> > be appreciated.
> Sebastien Castano from the ITU TSB will keep you informed as
> soon as the
> work is done and published on the ITU website so that you can
> to the module database.
Are you sure you want to publish ASN.1 from an Internet draft ?
It's a good idea to run it through a syntax checker as soon as
possible after any changes, but I would wait on publishing it
until after the draft becomes an RFC. Also, by that time we should
have added the necessary copyright statements.
> > >My read of the copyright statement on the last page permits you to
> > >copy, prepare, and publish a derivative work (so yes)
> > I note that as the ASN.1 is often used and distributed
> > separately from the RFC, we likely should apply the MIB
> > copyright guidelines:
> > http://www.ietf.org/IESG/STATEMENTS/MIB-COPYRIGHT.txt
> > so that the ISOC copyright appears in the ASN.1.
> Good idea. We will add this copyright statement at the end of
> the ASN.1
> modules defined in RFCs before they are pretty-printed. But
> what kind of
> copyright statement would you like to see for Jim's I-D?
> Olivier DUBUISSON (leader of the ITU-T ASN.1 Project)
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