Re: [hiprg] RG last call on the DHT draft

Ari Keranen <ari.keranen@nomadiclab.com> Thu, 29 July 2010 12:20 UTC

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Subject: Re: [hiprg] RG last call on the DHT draft
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Hi Jeff,

I haven't yet checked out the updated version, but based on your answer 
the fixes look good - thanks!

Regarding the use of RFC 2119 language, actually I think you should keep 
it (and in fact increase the use of it) and this document should be made 
Experimental instead of Informational (I commented on this also during 
the RG meeting).


Cheers,
Ari

26.7.2010 19:36, Ahrenholz, Jeffrey M kirjoitti:
[...]
>> If a secret value was not used, shouldn't the old HDRR be still
>> removed?
>
> the HDRR cannot be removed without a secret value (OpenDHT protocol
> limitation)

OK, so this part was actually describing normative behavior for a host? 
It was not clear to me; I would consider rephrasing.