[dane] On the PKIX-TA / PKIX-CA question… [ One week WGLC ]

Warren Kumari <warren@kumari.net> Mon, 02 December 2013 18:44 UTC

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Hi all,

So, it seems that I judged consensus without enough data. I should know by now that naming things is always a fun topic :-)

So, lets try and get this "what to call it" question nailed down once and for all.

Please express a preference for:


I don't think that anyone really *loves* any of the above, so an even better outcome is that someone proposes a better acronym that everyone likes...

We are keeping this to 1 week -- please get a response in before Monday, Dec 9th.


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