Re: [tcpm] tcpsecure: how strong to recommend?

Fernando Gont <fernando@gont.com.ar> Tue, 25 September 2007 02:30 UTC

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At 02:44 p.m. 24/09/2007, Mark Allman wrote:

>In the meeting in Chicago we took a "visual hum" and the tally looks
>like this:
>
>       all SHOULDs: 4
>       all MAYs: 3
>       two SHOULDs and a MAY: 8
>
>So, our inclination is to go with option (3) from my list above.  If you
>think this is the wrong way to go please yell---especially if you are
>not reflected in the 15 folks who took part in the visual hum.

My inclination is for option (2) (all MAYs).

FWIW, I did not attend the last IETF.

Thanks,

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