Re: [Cfrg] considering new topics for CFRG

"Max Pritikin (pritikin)" <pritikin@cisco.com> Wed, 08 January 2014 16:30 UTC

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From: "Max Pritikin (pritikin)" <pritikin@cisco.com>
To: Sean Turner <TurnerS@ieca.com>
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re: X509 PKI update discussion

We can (and probably will) quibble about the details in an other forum than CFRG. I'll watch for the conversation and am pleased to know Sean is keeping a list. 

On Jan 8, 2014, at 8:29 AM, Sean Turner <TurnerS@ieca.com>;
 wrote:

>> 
>> Again though, I don't think thrashing out the pros and cons
>> of X.509 on this list is a good plan.

Fair enough, the conversation steered that way but I'm happy to move to an alternate location.

The discussion started here is a good one. With DICE requiring DTLS and w TLS 1.3 ongoing the timing might be right.  

>> Better would be for a
>> bunch of really-interested parties to go into a huddle and
>> come up with a worked out proposal. (But if a bunch of
>> semi-interested parties ask for a new list to talk about
>> this, I've no problem helping that happen, though wouldn't
>> be very hopeful of a useful outcome.)
> 
> I’m keeping  list now :)
> 
> spt

I'm tentatively in agreement with much of the discussion so far. Particularly regarding the various and multiple principle name issues.

I'd like to add though that "PKI" includes more than just the "global internet" use case that has been much discussed. A valid use case we also need to consider involves enterprise specific key infrastructures.

I'll watch for the continued conversation elsewhere. Cheers,

- max