Mark Nottingham

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Mark Nottingham has been active in the IETF since 2000 and currently co-chairs the HTTP and QUIC Working Groups, and is a member of the Internet Architecture Board. He is also active in the W3C, most recently being a member of the Technical Architecture Group (TAG).

RFCs

rfc3864 Sep 2004 Registration Procedures for Message Header Fields
Cited by 111 RFCs
rfc3902 Sep 2004 The "application/soap+xml" media type
Cited by 1 RFC
rfc4229 Dec 2005 HTTP Header Field Registrations
rfc4287 Dec 2005 The Atom Syndication Format
Cited by 20 RFCs
rfc5005 Sep 2007 Feed Paging and Archiving
Cited by 3 RFCs
rfc5785 Apr 2010 Defining Well-Known Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs)
Cited by 25 RFCs
rfc5861 May 2010 HTTP Cache-Control Extensions for Stale Content
Cited by 2 RFCs
rfc5988 Oct 2010 Web Linking
Cited by 29 RFCs
rfc6570 Mar 2012 URI Template
Cited by 11 RFCs
rfc6585 Apr 2012 Additional HTTP Status Codes
Cited by 7 RFCs
rfc6648 Jun 2012 Deprecating the "X-" Prefix and Similar Constructs in Application Protocols
Cited by 21 RFCs
rfc6901 Apr 2013 JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) Pointer
Cited by 2 RFCs
rfc6902 Apr 2013 JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) Patch
Cited by 2 RFCs
rfc7234 Jun 2014 Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP/1.1): Caching
Cited by 30 RFCs
rfc7320 Jul 2014 URI Design and Ownership
Cited by 8 RFCs
rfc7807 Mar 2016 Problem Details for HTTP APIs
Cited by 4 RFCs
rfc7838 Apr 2016 HTTP Alternative Services
Cited by 5 RFCs
rfc8164 May 2017 Opportunistic Security for HTTP/2
Cited by 4 RFCs
rfc8288 Oct 2017 Web Linking
Cited by 6 RFCs
rfc8336 Mar 2018 The ORIGIN HTTP/2 Frame
Cited by 1 RFC
rfc8470 Sep 2018 Using Early Data in HTTP
Cited by 1 RFC
rfc8586 Apr 2019 Loop Detection in Content Delivery Networks (CDNs)
Cited by 1 RFC
rfc8615 May 2019 Well-Known Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs)
rfc8674 Dec 2019 The "safe" HTTP Preference
rfc8752 Mar 2020 Report from the IAB Workshop on Exploring Synergy between Content Aggregation and the Publisher Ecosystem (ESCAPE)