Jeff Macdonald wrote:
On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 5:24 PM, Murray S. Kucherawy
If we want to use new definitions that include specific heuristics
about comparing domains and subdomains, then let's do that.
No, that would be a mistake. Let's just not use the word "third-party".
In hindsight, we should have simply:
which would be a base/raw framework for a single DNS lookup allowing
extensions to to be written for it. Piggy packing off the same DNS
lookup, we won't multiple DNS lookups for new POLICY ideas.
In an away that is what happening to ADSP. AFAIK, there are two
extensions I-D written already for ADSP for it and a third one coming.
Two of them will be related to third party authorized signature
I guess the term ADSP is fine as long it allows for Author Domains to
describe a signing practice that is not exclusive (1st party only).
Hector Santos, CTO
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