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49    <h1>IETF 80 - Content-Disposition</h1>
50    <p>
51      <a href="mailto:julian.reschke@greenbytes.de">Julian Reschke</a>, greenbytes
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53 
54    <h2 class="break">Problem Statement</h2>
55    <ul>
56      <li>As of recent, there was no interop for non-ASCII filenames in
57      Content-Disposition header fields. See <a href="http://greenbytes.de/tech/tc2231/">http://greenbytes.de/tech/tc2231/</a> for the ugly details.</li>
58      <li>There was confusion about who is defining what (RFC 2616 vs RFC 2183).</li>
59      <li>RFC 2183 contains complicated options that do not make sense in HTTP.</li>
60    </ul>
61   
62    <h2 class="break">Thus...</h2>
63    <ul>
64      <li>Define in separate spec from the two above, clarifying I18N, removing options, fixing bugs.</li>
65      <li>Approved <tt>&lt;blink></tt>2011-03-28<tt>&lt;/blink></tt>.</li>
66      <li>Firefox, Opera, and Konqueror did implement this for a long time.</li>
67      <li>Chrome 9 and IE 9 followed since IETF LC.</li>
68      <li>Only one major UA left (just saying).</li>
69    </ul>
70   
71    <h2 class="break">Why six months between IETF LC and now?</h2>
72    <ul>
73      <li>Some UA vendors wanted to discuss error handling.</li>
74      <li>Turns out that in this case, error handling was inconsistent.</li>
75    </ul>
76   
77    <h2>Next steps</h2>
78    <ul>
79      <li>Reference from HTTPbis specs?</li>
80      <li>Advance to Draft Standard soon?</li>
81    </ul>
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