On 2/24/2010 11:43 AM, Murray S. Kucherawy wrote:
I wasn't thinking of wide activation necessarily, it might be
something that, eg, just MAAWG members and implementors might
selective enable over an interop testing period.
This isn't the first time I've heard DKIM interop mentioned recently, so now
I'm curious: Are we interested in repeating the work done in Dallas? If so,
what are we hoping to learn from a second round?
Apart from ADSP, I don't think DKIM has changed enough to make that effort
interesting right now.
Thanks for raising this. I meant to follow up on it. There were a couple of
comments made during sessions at MAAWG and my sense was that the audience(s)
think there would be utility in more testing.
The previous interop event targeted basic, direct signing and validation. My
sense is that the interest now is extending utility, such as:
1) exploring interesting scenarios that seem to be causing failures.
2) perhaps exploring use of d= subdomains for differentially labeling
3) exploring the use of multiple signatures
If the interest is in these types of issues, we might find it easier and more
productive to have a distributed event, over a couple of weeks. Still needs
planning, scenarios and interaction, but not necessarily a single room with
people in it.
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