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). Previously, he worked at Akamai, where he helped manage the company's standards participation and served as a subject matter expert, Yahoo!, where he helped deploy HTTP-based “Web services”, and BEA Systems, where he was puzzled by SOAP-based “Web Services.” Mark’s technical interests include HTTP(S), Web performance, caching, intermediation, metadata and privacy.

RFCs

rfc3864 Sep 2004 Registration Procedures for Message Header Fields
rfc3902 Sep 2004 The "application/soap+xml" media type
rfc4229 Dec 2005 HTTP Header Field Registrations
rfc4287 Dec 2005 The Atom Syndication Format
rfc5005 Sep 2007 Feed Paging and Archiving
rfc5785 Apr 2010 Defining Well-Known Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs)
rfc5861 May 2010 HTTP Cache-Control Extensions for Stale Content
rfc5988 Oct 2010 Web Linking
rfc6570 Mar 2012 URI Template
rfc6585 Apr 2012 Additional HTTP Status Codes
rfc6648 Jun 2012 Deprecating the "X-" Prefix and Similar Constructs in Application Protocols
rfc6901 Apr 2013 JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) Pointer
rfc6902 Apr 2013 JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) Patch
rfc7234 Jun 2014 Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP/1.1): Caching
rfc7320 Jul 2014 URI Design and Ownership
rfc7807 Mar 2016 Problem Details for HTTP APIs
rfc7838 Apr 2016 HTTP Alternative Services
rfc8164 May 2017 Opportunistic Security for HTTP/2
rfc8288 Oct 2017 Web Linking