Lou Berger | 23 Jun 17:50 2016
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Is there a way to submit a bug/problem report via email?

Hello,

Is there a way to submit a bug/problem report via email?

For datatracker?  For tools?

Thanks,

Lou

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Julien ÉLIE | 10 Jun 23:28 2016

Undefined targets in XML output

Hi,

I have just submitted a new Internet-Draft, and I see that references to 
other RFCs appear as "Undefined target: RFCxxxx" in the XML output:
     https://tools.ietf.org/id/draft-murchison-nntp-compress-03.xml

Are you already aware of the problem?  Will it be fixed (and the XML 
pages already submitted fixed)?

Thanks,

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Samuel Weiler | 3 Jun 19:01 2016

"about tools" stale?

This page:

https://tools.ietf.org/about

lists tooks team members from 2007.  Perhaps the page needs to be 
updated or deleted?

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Samuel Weiler | 3 Jun 19:00 2016

feature request: interim minutes

I'd like to see links to interim minutes on the tools page per WG, 
perhaps with dates shown:

https://www.ietf.org/meeting/interim/proceedings.html

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Marc Blanchet | 3 Jun 16:29 2016
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request

small request: in the meeting request tool, have a button to retrieve 
the attendance of last meeting, so that we can better ask the right size 
of rooms.

Regards, Marc.

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George, Wes | 3 Jun 15:17 2016

imap access for RFC-editor mailing lists?

The IETF IMAP archive doesn't include rfc-interest (and I assume other RFC-Editor.org hosted mailing lists)
Could it be added?

Thanks
Wes


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Alia Atlas | 1 Jun 17:54 2016
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pictures with profiles?

Hi,

How easy or hard might it be to add the ability to have an image with a person's profile in datatracker?

I can come up with several ideas for how they could be used - ranging from showing on a draft's page to being on WG charters to being able to look someone up by name and seeing their picture.

Thanks,
Alia
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Robert Sparks | 1 Jun 17:23 2016

Fwd: Re: Draft review experiment

There has been some discussion of utility ietf-tech-report provides in a thread on wgchairs, including a suggestion that we look at running a copy (or perhaps add similar functionality to the datatracker).

The whole thread is at https://mailarchive.ietf.org/arch/search/?email_list=wgchairs&q=Draft+review+experiment. The tools impacting discussion is only in the few messages near the end of the thread.

RjS



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Re: Draft review experiment
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I've forwarded the discussion to tools-discuss. I've been following the thread, and plan to spend some time with the tool to better understand what it provides. I'm wondering if there's functionality to add to the datatracker (which knows about reference relationships already), perhaps in the newly revamped part of the application that lets individuals maintain a subscription list to drafts. (Btw - if you haven't spotted it, that rework significantly improved the ability for chairs to maintain subscription lists for their groups, directly affecting the "related internet drafts" section of your group's documents page) RjS On 6/1/16 9:26 AM, Tomek Mrugalski wrote: > On 31.05.2016 23:45, Linda Dunbar wrote: >> Tomek, >> >> The tool: https://github.com/tomaszmrugalski/ietf-tech-report >> needs a local copy of all of the internet drafts. >> >> That is not easy to use. Possible to have a web portal for people to enter the key fields, and sent periodical messages to alert people of the relevant drafts? > Ease of use is a matter of personal preference. I, for example, find > command line tools that can be automated very easy to use. Anyway, this > was the design choice made by Alan, who was the original author. > > Not sure if I got your question right. If you ask whether it's > technically possible - sure. Setting this tool in its current form is > maybe an hour of work and requires a server running Linux/BSD with > public IP. About the "people to enter the key fields" part, it would > require some form of framework around it to be developed. If you ask > whether I could do it - that's out of question, sorry. I'm already > overcommitted with my DHC duties and don't want to take up any extra > responsibilities, especially ones that involve recurring maintenance. > > I suppose this may be something the tools team could potentially consider. > > Tomek > >
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George, Wes | 24 May 20:22 2016

Re: IETF IMAP suggestions


On 5/24/16, 12:10 PM, "Dave Crocker" <dhcnotice <at> bbiw.net> wrote:

>Turn off junk processing for your clients use of the IETF IMAP account.

WG] that was my first thought as well, but it appears that not all mail
clients can toggle junk processing selectively/per account and it's either
on for all accounts or off for all of them. I concede that some amount of
this is "doc it hurts when I do this..." based on client limitations, so
it may be that there's no worthwhile fix here, but wanted to make sure
folk were aware.

Thanks
Wes

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George, Wes | 23 May 20:27 2016

IETF IMAP suggestions

Hi - 

I've been trying to transition over to using IMAP for access to the IETF mailing lists that I'm subscribed to, and I have a couple of thoughts I wanted to share as a complete newbie when it comes to shared IMAP folders.

First, it may be worth breaking up the folders so that the current folder named after the mailing list only contains the last {12, 18, 24, whatever} months of list mail, and then an archive folder that is named [mailing-list]-archive or similar, where all messages older than the above age are moved, or a default that only provides the last 12 months of messages for IMAP sync or something. I find that even if one selects only a certain subset of the available folders to subscribe to, the act of asking your mail client to download even headers-only for some of the older mailing lists (some have existed for 20+ years) is bound to make it very unhappy for several days.
Case in point: I had to download 100K+ message headers for IETF <at> IETF, which took a good portion of the weekend. I then had to mass-select everything irrelevant from past years, delete them (and then mark them read so that the unread counter would be useful), and after several days, it's still less than 10% complete in updating the server on the status of all of those messages for my account, which is making it slow to download the message content for anything I actually want to read. Some of this may be a function of my mail client (Outlook 2011 mac, FWIW) being unable to bound the date scope for synchronizing messages i.e. a setting that tells it "Only sync last X months", and probably other limitations, but it's still a consideration in terms of the load on the server and ease of use for the end user.

Second, while a junk email box exists for those clients that expect one, it's doesn't appear to be writable or tied to my account, and thus I'm getting repeated and persistent Permission Denied errors when my client tries to move messages into the junk box. I'm not sure if there's a better solution to this (I have no option in my mail client to store junk locally, I tried) but thought I'd bring it up for your awareness. 

Thanks,

 

Wes George

 

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Stephen Farrell | 19 May 03:00 2016
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comment from someone using the I-D submission tool for the 1st time


Hiya,

A previously inactive (with the tools) co-author on one of
my documents had to take over submission of a final version.
I asked him for any comments as a first time user of that.
He said:

"
While I'm writing about tools: The draft submission tool has a field
"replaces", which tripped me up because I assumed that what I was
uploading was replacing the earlier version.  Apparently a draft does
not replace itself, or even an earlier version of itself... a few
words on the form ("earlier versions of the draft will be automatically
replaced and should not be listed here") or some logic in the form
handler to silently remove "replaces itself" indications would avoid
some confused "it says there's an error, but everything looks fine to
me" moments.
"

So I'm just passing that on to you. I can see what he means
though, our semantics for replaced-by is a bit special and
assumes some insider knowledge.

Cheers,
S.

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