[ietf-dkim] dots in selectors
eric+dkim at sendmail.org
Fri Jul 7 16:49:12 PDT 2006
Thanks Mark. I made the change as you suggest, but left the "... in
a manner similar to the conventional use in domain names" part, since
that seems to me to impart an intuitive sense of what is going on.
Others may disagree....
Good thought about capitalization. I've made that change.
--On July 7, 2006 11:35:44 PM +0000 Mark Delany
<MarkD+dkim at yahoo-inc.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 07, 2006 at 04:01:12PM -0700, Eric Allman allegedly
>> In an attempt to clarify selectors and their interaction with DNS,
>> I've made the following changes to the draft:
> Simplification suggestion:
>> Section 3.1, paragraph 3 now reads:
>> Periods are allowed in selectors and are component
>> separators. If keys are stored in DNS, the period defines
> When keys are retreived from the DNS, periods
> in selectors define DNS label boundaries. Selector components
> might be used to combine...
> Editorial nit. Since the term "selector" has special meaning in
> the DKIM context, should it be capitalized as a noun?
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