I am a bit puzzeled that according to
draft-gould-rfc4310bis has already been placed on the IESG Telechat
agenda, before the IETF Last Call has even ended.
Did this happen intentionally or by mistake?
Please be informed that on the provreg mailing list
there is a heavy discussion going on about the shortcomings of the current
proposal. At least two issues have been identified so far:
1) XML namespace (interoperability issues as with the current proposal
the feature negotiation does not work anymore as defined by the EPP
2) need for active / inactive flag (e.g. to mark a DS to be used for
emergency key rollover)
Before these (and other) issues have been resolved, IMHO it does not make
sense to discuss the I-D on the IESG Telechat.
The current proposal is still premature.
Furthermore due to lack of a Working Group (and lack of an _official_ IETF
mailing list for EPP), many stakeholders are not even aware of EPP
proposals going through standardization, which is somewhat in
contradiction to the IETF transparency goals.
Have a nice weekend!
Tech Consulting for Internet Standardization
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