[ietf-dkim] l= statistics was 23 again (sorry John) was Output
John R. Levine
johnl at iecc.com
Sun May 8 11:02:13 PDT 2011
> 1. State principals that are specific to the content of the draft and that
> give guidance about the scope and boundaries of what should be covered.
> 2. Make specific suggestions for specific bits of text in the draft.
Despite the valiant work that Murray has put into the MLM document, my
preference, which I doubt has any hope of gaining consensus, would be to
throw it away and replace it by one page that says
a) many lists break signatures, which isn't going to stop
b) so it would be nice if they signed their mail on the way out.
Everything else is either too marginal to be worth worrying about, or not
a problem if a list's mail has a credible signature.*
Failing that, I don't see small changes making it any better, so just ship
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* - Yes, that includes whether you can believe the From: line. I'm
agnostic about whether it's useful to include an A-R header describing the
incoming state of the message.
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