I completely overreacted to Matthew's reference to Doug's MAPS
background, and thereby misinterpreted it.
Only after posting my response did I re-read his note more carefully
and realize that he was highlighting a perspective for analyzing CSV,
rather than in any way calling Doug's position into question.
Indeed, CSV is very much intended to flow from existing
blacklist/whitelist practise among providers. So Matthews' observation
was both natural and appropriate.
I won't blame my note on my limited Internet access, or on the effects
of the sun, surf or arak, the potent, distilled rice-wine they have
I was simply too defensive.
Apologies to Matthew and to the list.
Dave Crocker <mailto:dcrocker(_at_)brandenburg(_dot_)com>
Brandenburg InternetWorking <http://www.brandenburg.com>
Sunnyvale, CA USA <tel: +1.408.246.8253>; <fax: +1.408.850.1850>