Re: A mailing list protocol

S Moonesamy <> Wed, 05 December 2012 16:54 UTC

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Date: Wed, 05 Dec 2012 08:52:59 -0800
To: Arturo Servin <>
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Hi Arturo,
At 06:16 05-12-2012, Arturo Servin wrote:
>         What are "those"?
>         Without the context it is impossible to guess, at least for me.

According to 
the message posted by Scott Brim ( 
) is a follow-up comment to the message posted by 
Martin Thomson.  The messages posted by these two 
persons are related to the message posted by Wes 
George ( 
).  That message contains the words "client 
implementations".  The comment from Scott Brim could be rewritten as:

   The issues mentioned by George Wes and Martin Thomson are all endpoint
   implementation problems and thus not subject to IETF standardization.

As the sentence written by Scott Brim has a 
smiley at the end, the idea expressed might be  somewhat similar to:

   Mi perro se comiĆ³ las hojas donde estaban mis deberes del colegio.

The comment is actually a good argument.  Whether 
it would be valid or not is a matter of context.

S. Moonesamy