On Thu, 2004-08-26 at 10:59, Hallam-Baker, Phillip wrote:
It will not take a valid legal argument to derail
the widespread deployment of any standard that comes from
this working group. All that is needed is the, perhaps
unfounded, fear that implementing SenderID or any other
standard with nebulous IPR issues is going to bite the user
in a tender area.
An unfounded claim can certainly block progress. But an
unsubstantiated claim cannot.
It is not sufficient to say 'we don't like it'
Surely you are correct, when referring to the
design of the standard. I am referring to the post-design
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