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How To Edit The SPDY Spec ------------------------- The master copy is stored in draft-mbelshe-spdy-00.xml. This is a XML file which uses the syntax defined in RFC2629: http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2629.txt. The file rfc2629.xml is a XSLT file which enables the browser to take the draft-mbelshe-spdy-00.xml and render it. License: downloading these files and making changes to them is explicit agreement by you to release any and all changes you make to these documents into the public domain, with no reservations or rights. By downloading these files, you agree that any changes made by you can be used freely and without terms, reservations, or rights, and possibly without even attribution to you. Your intent in downloading these files is that all changes to these documents may potentially be submitted for standardization without your permission, and without your claim to the content submitted. If you do not agree to these terms you are explicitly forbidden from reading, modifying or contributing to this work in any way. FILES ----- README This file draft-mbelshe-spdy-00.xml The SPDY specification XML file generate.sh A script to generate RFC-formats of the SPDY spec rfc2629.xml The XSLT file to view the XML file in the browser rfcmarkup A script to generate HTML from a RFC .txt file Directions to edit: ------------------- 1) learn the basic XML syntax 2) edit draft-mbelshe-spdy-00.xml with your favorite editor 3) Open draft-mbelshe-spdy-00.xml in your favortie browser to view. I recommend viewing in firefox, as it reports better xml syntax errors than chrome does. Directions to Publish: ---------------------- 1) sudo apt-get install xml2rfc 2) sh ./generate.sh This will build both a txt and html RFC-style draft.