Re: [arch-d] I-D Action: draft-iab-protocol-maintenance-04.txt

Randy Bush <randy@psg.com> Wed, 13 November 2019 00:58 UTC

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while i do not think the robustness principle should be avoided per se,
i am not comfortable with enshrining it in concrete.

> The robustness principle is *fundamental* to the operation of the
> Internet

being a naggumite, imiho being liberal in what you accept can be
entropic to the point of breakage.

i would take the principle as guidance, not law.

and i will pretend not to have read your hyperbole

randy