On 3/14/07 8:01 AM, "Michael Thomas" <mike(_at_)mtcc(_dot_)com> scribbled:
Powers, Jot wrote:
On 3/12/07 5:43 AM, "Tony Hansen" <tony(_at_)att(_dot_)com> scribbled:
In other words, would folks prefer to:
A. Expedite publishing the Overview documents, in order to facilitate
development and deployment of the -base specification (with an update
later on for SSP), or
B. Defer the Overview document until the SSP specification is complete.
As the largest phishing target out there, we're interested in having DKIM be
out there as soon as possible, without waiting for SSP, because even "fast"
for the IETF process isn't particularly speedy, whereas spammers and
Not to pick on Jot, but this is very illustrative of why putting
-overview in the path right now may be very counter-productive.
-Base *is* done. Waiting for -overview is *not* required. The
best possible wait time is the zero you can do by reading -base
right now and deploying it.
Don't worry, I can take it. :)
I almost wrote:
C: Wait for nothing.
But I was trying to be a good little list member and only vote on the
Just to be clear:
We would DKIM sign now (and did a while ago) if our appliance vendor
supported DKIM, which they plan on doing, once it is a "standard" for some
value of "standard". (They have said summer '07)
Our approach is that we don't care about chicken's or eggs, we just love a
nice chicken omlete. :)
Jot Powers <jpowers(_at_)paypal(_dot_)com>
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