On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 1:25 AM, Steve Atkins
Exactly. And that's something that's already demonstrated to scale
and be useful. Merging that functionality into (a large subset of) email
is almost inevitable, I think.
Social networking is all very good. But you dont get the goal of a
stable authenticator there.
A kid's opinions may not - heck, will not - keep pace with his
regularly updating his trust levels. And then there are the lion /
toplinked.com type people in linkedin who go around building networks
just for my network is bigger than yours, and a consequently diluted
trust model if you layer in reputation rather than simply a pgp style
web of trust.
That way lies madness, and is certainly way out of scope for the dkim
spec but hell, as we are already this far afield ...
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