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This repository contains different p≡p and other (e.g., MEDUP) Internet-Drafts, some already submitted in different versions, others under development and yet to be submitted in a first version -- to the IETF Internet-Drafts repository:
In each directory an Internet-Draft (I-D) is provided, e.g.:
- pep (pEp's general draft)
- pep-email (pEp for email)
- pep-handshake (pEp's method to authenticate peers)
- pep-keysync (pEp's method to synchronize secret keys)
- pep-rating (pEp's rating system to signal privacy levels)
- pep-trustwords (pEp's replacement for fingerprints)
The mandatory ASCII or XML files for submission are created using the kramdown-rfc2629 tool creating the XMLv2 format initially described as RFC2629 (obsoleted by RFC7749):
Please install kramdown-rfc2629, ruby and xml2rfc through your package system or directly from the respective sites:
You can also install kramdown-rfc2629 through the ruby gem packaging system if your packaging system doesn't know anything about this tool:
Structure and contents of each I-D
Each p≡p I-D consists of the following raw files:
Abstracts should give a rough overview of what the I-D is about: this is to happen over 5-10 lines. Less than 3 and more than 20 lines should be avoided.
The main content goes into the middle section: make sure you also provide "Introduction" and "Security Consideration" subsections. For the latter, please check RFC3552 to see what aspects to consider:
A back section can be used for appendix information like listings or information which provides additional information, but which is not mandatory to understand the I-D.
Basic metadata (e.g., authors' names, email addresses and the draft title), but also references (including RFCs, by instance) are made available through a special syntax at the beginning of the Markdown file.
Makefiles contain the build instructions to generate the I-Ds in the required ASCII and xml2rfc v2 forms accepted by the IETF submission system. Additionally, they also create HTML versions.
By default, revision number (REV) is set to "00": make sure to increment this as IETF contributions are furthered.
Version Control System (git)
Most important commands:
git clone ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org:23065/pEp.foundation/internet-drafts.git git clone https://gitea.pep.foundation/pEp.foundation/internet-drafts.git
Update local directories to latest remote repository state
cd internet-drafts git pull
Note: Merge handling may be required to take care of (if by git)
Upload local changes to repository
Important: To avoid conflicts, always update the local directories to the latest repository state (see commands in last bullet point) before doing a commit!
git commit -m "<Changelog, short description of changes>" [ <filename> ] git push