Re: DMARC not-WG, was "why I quit writing internet standards"

Hector Santos <hsantos@isdg.net> Sun, 20 April 2014 17:52 UTC

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>> In spite of repeated efforts -- in at least two venues -- to get folks
>> to state what work they thought was needed and to get community support
>> for that work, no tasks were produced.
>
> My strong impression is that the DMARC cartel considered fixing the
> fundamental problems to be out of scope, so that's kind of
> tautological.

I also got the impression that the "IETF DKIM cartel" considered 
fixing fundamental problems of author domain signing practices to be 
out of scope as well.

-- 
HLS