RFC 8589 - The 'leaptofrogans' URI scheme
The 'leaptofrogans' URI scheme is a mechanism enabling end-user applications, such as Web browsers or E-mail clients, to launch Frogans Player on a given Frogans site.
The 'leaptofrogans' Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) scheme contains a Frogans address. This URI scheme is described in a Request for Comments (RFC) which has been reviewed, approved, and published as RFC 8589 by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). This URI scheme has also been registered by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) with the Permanent status.
EFNT technical specification
EFNT (Extended Frogans Network Types) represents extended types of Frogans networks.
The EFNT technical specification sets forth extended types of Frogans networks intended to replace the original Frogans network types. It also describes the characteristics of each extended Frogans network type as concerns the operation of corresponding Frogans networks. A Frogans network is a group of Frogans addresses that have an identical network name.
UXCE technical specification
UXCE (Uniform XML-Based Container Element) is a generic format for XML-based container elements.
The UXCE technical specification sets forth a generic format for XML-based container elements so that they can be transmitted, stored and included in XML documents or in other container elements in a uniform way. It also describes the conditions applicable to XML-based markup languages which use them. XML container elements represent data related to a particular topic.
FSDL technical specification
FSDL (Frogans Slide Description Language) is an XML-based markup language used to create and publish Frogans sites on the Internet.
The FSDL technical specification sets forth the third generation of the markup language used to create Frogans slides. Frogans slides are interconnected, free-form pages which make up Frogans sites. A Frogans slide is rendered identically by Frogans Player on all end-user devices regardless of the screen size. A Frogans slide is either static or generated dynamically by the server hosting the Frogans site. This language, based on XML, covers both the format used for FSDL documents, each one describing a Frogans slide, and the format used for FSDL-Request documents, each one being sent conditionally by Frogans Player to the server when the end user browses to a new Frogans slide.
FNSL technical specification
FNSL (Frogans Network System Language) is an XML-based markup language that defines the Frogans address resolution process.
A new FNSL technical specification is in the process of being drawn up.
FPUL technical specification
FPUL (Frogans Player Update Language) is an XML-based markup language for updating Frogans Player.
The FPUL technical specification is in the process of being drawn up.
IFAP technical specification
IFAP (International Frogans Address Pattern) represents the pattern applicable to Frogans addresses.
The IFAP technical specification sets forth the pattern applicable to Frogans addresses. A Frogans address is a string of characters used to identify a Frogans site published on a computer network, such as the Internet or an intranet. A Frogans address may contain international characters and may be written either from left to right or from right to left, depending on the writing system.
FACR technical specification
FACR (Frogans Address Composition Rules) represents the composition rules applicable to Frogans addresses.
The FACR technical specification sets forth the composition rules applicable to Frogans addresses. These rules focus on security. They manage language-related issues by introducing the concepts of linguistic categories and convergence forms. The composition rules apply to Frogans addresses that are compliant with the pattern defined in the International Frogans Address Pattern (IFAP) specification.
FCR-MSI technical specification
FCR-MSI (FCR Multi-Stakeholder Interface) is the multi-stakeholder interface used to interact with the Frogans Core Registry (FCR).
The FCR-MSI technical specification sets forth the multi-stakeholder interface used to interact with the FCR. The FCR is the database which contains all registered Frogans addresses and Frogans networks. The multi-stakeholder interface comprises different means of interacting with the FCR, including an Application Programming Interface (API) organized into sections, processes and actions. The multi-stakeholder interface is used by the general public, Frogans address and Frogans network holders, FCR account administrators, UDRP-F dispute-resolution service providers, the FCR Operator, and the FCR data escrow agent.
FCR-MSI reference page (hosted on the FCR Operator Web site)
UCSR technical specifications
UCSR (Uniform Content Server Request) is a framework that provides a client application with an abstraction layer for uniformly requesting and receiving data from a content server, while ensuring a predetermined security level.
The UCSR technical specifications are in the process of being drawn up.
UPIL technical specifications
UPIL (Uniform Portable Interface Language) is an XML-based markup language for describing the API of a software library, written in C, which is intended to be used by software written in other programming languages.
The UPIL technical specifications are in the process of being drawn up.
UDSM technical specification
UDSM (Uniform Digital Signature Mecanism) is a uniform mechanism for including and verifying digital signatures in an XML-based markup language.
The UDSM technical specification is in the process of being drawn up.
UXDV technical specification
UXDV (Uniform XML Document Validation) is a framework for generating the validator of an XML-based markup language.
The UXDV technical specification is in the process of being drawn up.
ULPL technical specification
ULPL (Uniform Legal Presentation Language) is an XML-based markup language for presenting legal information.
The ULPL technical specification is in the process of being drawn up.
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