Re: [proxies] Alive?
Alan DeKok <firstname.lastname@example.org> Wed, 17 February 2010 09:15 UTC
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Stefan Winter wrote: > the draft draft-hoeper-proxythreat-03 is close to celebrating its first > birthday. Which actually means it is expired since a while already and > thus considered dead by the world at large. > > Even though this list is getting infrequent subscription requests which > might mean there's an interest in the topic, there haven't been any > posts since a rather long while now. I wonder if it still makes sense to > work on the draft and have the impression that it doesn't really. > > So, I solicit opinions on what to do. Are there people willing to > contribute? I'm willing to work on it. I think it's useful, even as an informational draft. Alan DeKok.