Re: [dbound] On a path to closing

Casey Deccio <> Tue, 15 November 2016 21:37 UTC

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> On Nov 15, 2016, at 4:59 AM, Andrew Sullivan <> wrote:
> Dear colleagues,
> I spoke with Jeff tonight, and we would like to make a modest proposal
> as a way of closing the WG: that we polish off and publish the problem
> statement, in an effort at least to get something written down about
> what issues there are and what distinctions someone might want to
> make.
> At the same time, we discussed addressing outstanding comments about
> SOPA and publishing it as an experimental RFC somehow (i.e. either ISE
> or AD sponsored).  This ought to be possible: an RRTYPE allocation is
> expert review and I think we have something sufficiently clear as to
> meet the requirements.
> It strikes me that I probably just should have followed that path ages
> agoin order to test whether any of this was viable.  I guess I know
> better for the future.  In the meantime, though, does anyone object to
> pursuing experimental status (assuming we can specify what would
> provide evidence that the experiment worked)?

While I have no particular objection, the same could be asked for the other proposed solutions.  ODUP [1] has proof-of-concept library code [2], which has been tested both in OpenDMARC for experimental use with DMARC and Firefox for experimental use with HTTP cookies.