On Tue, Jan 16, 2007 at 08:31:36PM +0000, Julian Mehnle wrote:
Come on, guys! What's going on here? Is this an April's Fools joke or
Not yet, but we are preparing for it. Don't tell them I let you know!
Seriously, if people consider it worth discussing, why do you have to
talk them down?
I think it is a good idea to look at the less used features of the
protocol. If someone is indeed ignoring / exp=[^ ]*/ then that
implementation will indeed return 'neutral'.
This may not be intended behaviour, but it probably will be something
we will see in the wild.
A validator could pay some extra attention to such unfortunate small
mistakes: "Did you perhaps mean ... <space> -all" ?
Is "exp=example.com-all" missing a final ".com", or is is missing a
Is the domain invalid because *right*now* it does not resolve? We do
not require a separator between the top-level domain and the root-level
domain, else it would be a piece of cake figuring out which error was made.
It isn't always as clear as it may seem to you.
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