[ietf-dkim] Re: Today's jabber notes...
nobody at xyzzy.claranet.de
Fri Feb 23 12:35:50 PST 2007
Stephen Farrell wrote:
> I've copied the names of the entries below as well to help speed
> that up for you.
Thanks, but I only vaguely recall what's what even with complete
titles, these issues are almost six months old.
> As to the tool more generally, feel free to bring it up wherever
> you think.
For now I've submitted the issue to ietf-action at ietf.org, after all
it did work until summer 2005 when somebody messed with it.
> I've no idea how many people you're asking to make a change, but
> its probably a fair few so you may well have lots of fun there.
No, actually it's not funny, it's execessively annoying. With its
well-known username IETF and password IETF it's no top security site,
no reason why it should be based on new TLS features not supported
by Netscape 3.x or 4.x. These browerser are good enough to spend
real money at amazon or with paypal.
> If you want to suggest/host something else for our next document
> feel free to say so on the list and we'll consider it.
The "trac" Wiki used by the IESG works from my POV (= read access).
> 1365 SSP: typos open dkim Nobody 0
> nobody at xyzzy.claranet.de 5 months ago 5 months ago 5
Oops, that was the ticket I recall, where folks wanted "no mail"...
> 1398 (No subject) open dkim Nobody 0
> lear at ofcourseimright.com 3 months ago 3 months ago 0
...but what was that ? Checking the GMaNe search form:
If that's the issue it was about resent mail originally from an
author claiming to use a "strict" signing policy.
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