Re: [dane] Fwd: New Version Notification for draft-york-dane-deployment-observations-00.txt

Viktor Dukhovni <ietf-dane@dukhovni.org> Fri, 14 November 2014 16:20 UTC

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On Mon, Oct 27, 2014 at 11:32:23PM +0000, Viktor Dukhovni wrote:

> Out of ~280 domains that have TLSA RRs, 10 or so had erroneous
> records:

On a more positive note, my (not comprehensive) list of working
SMTP with DANE domains crossed the 360 mark today.  So for SMTP
"Deploy 360" is done.  :-)

Top 10 SMTP with DANE TLDs:

 121 de.
  67 net.
  35 org.
  34 com.
  15 eu.
  13 ch.
   9 cz.
   5 uk.
   5 nl.
   5 info.

As I mentioned before, many of net/com/org/eu/info domains are in
fact registered by DE domain owners, so deployment is still
substantially a DE phenomenon.  It would be good to get some traction
in other jurisdictions.  In Germany Heise.de and other IT trade
publications have written about DANE, and there have been presentations
at multiple technical conferences for users.  So DANE awareness is
growing there.

Perhaps there could be some similar articles in the US IT press?
Do people still read the US trade rags?  Perhaps it would be easier
to market DANE to users if more MTAs than just Postfix had implementations.  

I'm working with the Exim developers, and they are close to having
it done.  It would be nice to have Microsoft also ship a DANE-capable
Exchange SMTP server, and of course Sendmail.

After that it is support in the various SMTP appliances, IronPort
Barracuda, ... and last but not least the big providers Outlook.com,
Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, ...

I hope this will move faster once the draft is published as an RFC,
but some additional marketing may be helpful if anyone on this list
can pitch implementation to people in a position to make progress
happen.

-- 
	Viktor.