Re: overloading cn= in the DIT

Erik Skovgaard <eskovgaa@cue.bc.ca> Tue, 28 July 1992 15:55 UTC

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Date: 28 Jul 92 8:47 -0700
From: Erik Skovgaard <eskovgaa@cue.bc.ca>
To: Andrew Waugh <A.Waugh@mel.dit.csiro.au>
Cc: George Michaelson <G.Michaelson@cc.uq.oz.au>, osi-ds@cs.ucl.ac.uk
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Subject: Re: overloading cn= in the DIT

Andrew,

I fully agree.  Hopefully, we will see some creative DUA user interfaces
soon.  From past experience it would appear that the early products are
more designed to prove proper conformance.  Good user interfaces will
appear in second or third genegation products.

Glad to see that someone has understood the issue.

Cheers,                      ....Erik.

P.S. X'cuse my crummy typing.