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Javascript Object Notation Update (jsonbis)

Current Status: Proposed WG

Matthew Miller <mamille2@cisco.com>
Assigned Area Director
Barry Leiba <barryleiba@computer.org>
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Javascript Object Notation (JSON) is a lightweight, text-based, language-independent data interchange format. It was derived from the ECMAScript Programming Language Standard (JavaScript), and is published in both ECMA-404 and RFC 7159. First published over 10 years ago, JSON has come into nearly ubiquitous use, often the first choice for data interchange over other forms -- especially for applications that work over the World Wide Web. Given this ubiquity it makes sense to move JSON to Internet Standard.
JSON is defined in two separate documents from two different bodies.
  • ECMA-404, published by Ecma International, focuses on the abstract syntax.
  • RFC 7159, published by the IETF, focuses on the interoperability concerns when exchanging JSON over a network.
The two documents agree on the structure of what JSON is.
The JSON working group will have as its only task the minor revision of RFC 7159 to bring it to Internet Standard, and fully acknowledge the syntax definition in ECMA-404. The work is essentially a reclassification in place, with absolute minimal changes, though those changes will require publication of a new RFC. The working group will review errata and update the document as needed to incorporate those.
The resulting RFC will be aligned with a corresponding publication by ECMA. The Working Group will work with the liaison managers to coordinate with Ecma International TC39 on the editing of both documents. The responsible AD will work with the liaison managers to coordinate the approval process with Ecma International so that the versions of the document that are approved by each body are properly aligned with regard to syntax and shared semantics.
Oct 2015 - Request publication of JSON standard

YIAM discussion

The YIAM group is interested in commenting the proposition Commented RFC 7159 and possibly contributing to the IETF effort and experimenting some extensions within the IUWG framework.