J D Falk wrote:
Jim Fenton wrote:
At best, the benefit of having s= defined now depends on whether
people are setting s=email now. Are they? Should they? How will
Are they: I haven't seen a key with s=email yet, although I'll have
to admit that I don't look at a lot of selectors.
I have. Also s=mail, s=mx, s=mta23, s=domainkeys, and other strings
that our more-or-less human brains might want to interpret as carrying
I haven't, however, seen any indication that those strings were chosen
with the intention of also having s=usenet, s=rss, s=sip,
s=antidisestablishmentarianism, or other indicators that a specific
selector would be used solely for non-email purposes.
Are you perhaps confusing s= in the signature (selector name) with s= in
the key record (service type)? It's the latter that we're discussing.
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