[feedback-report] New version of the ARF draft
dotis at mail-abuse.org
Fri May 25 17:20:21 PDT 2007
On May 25, 2007, at 8:42 AM, Damon Sauer wrote:
> Agreed and since I am going to be receiving these from not just one
> or two ISPs but possibly hundreds or thousands, it would be
> beneficial to me, the sender, to know via the ARF if they currently
> have an agreement with me. Just asking for a line to allow an ISP
> to include information like this if they so choose. Call it
> "General Information from ISP (optional):". Some ISP's have plenty
> of information they would be willing share with the sender.
An open rating scheme should include a field to indicate the
Confidence Level (from 0 to 1) for the submitter before being passed
back to the sender. The Confidence Level could be tabulated when
resolving issues related to erroneous categorizations. To assist in
this effort, these tabulation could be based upon a type of ARF that
challenges an ARF. (ARF-Challenge).
Such a scheme should improve the quality of the response
information. At the same time, this might also help detect and
defuse accounts used to game the system.
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