Re: [Asrg] Summary of junk button discussion

Alessandro Vesely <vesely@tana.it> Wed, 24 February 2010 09:12 UTC

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On 23/Feb/10 20:30, Murray S. Kucherawy wrote:
>>  a summary of the proposals and discussion
>>
>>       http://wiki.asrg.sp.am/wiki/Adding_a_junk_button_to_MUAs
>
> It's probably worth mentioning at this point that the IETF's MARF working group has as a charter item the issue of publishing somehow the address to which abuse reports should be sent.

I've added a link to the marf's charter in the "See also" section of 
that page.

> We won't be getting there for a while yet, but if you're interested in this issue you might want to start following the working group list.

I'd hope that, by the time the marf WG gets there, there will be a raw 
understanding of /generalized FBLs/. Otherwise, it would be a hard 
time trying to standardize something that doesn't exist at all.