Re: [yam] [Fwd: [secdir] secdir review of draft-ietf-yam-rfc1652bis-03]

John C Klensin <john@jck.com> Thu, 04 March 2010 21:48 UTC

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I concur with Barry.   I fear that the path Steve apparently
wants to go down --as I understand it, to incorporate warnings
in security considerations simply because a mechanism can be
used to transfer bad stuff -- leads to madness.   But I'm happy
to have you discuss it with him to see if you, together, can
find an acceptable basis for moving forward.

     john

--On Thursday, March 04, 2010 16:43 -0500 Barry Leiba
<barryleiba.mailing.lists@gmail.com> wrote:

>> One argument is that he is suggesting non-normative
>> clarifications.  From that standpoint, that seems reasonable
>> to include for yam-related work.
>> 
>> A different argument is that there is, nonetheless, some
>> actual substance to the changes and that that is /not/ within
>> scope for yam.
>> 
>> How does the wg feel about this?
> 
> This WG participant feels great about having you discuss it
> with him, use your judgment, and make a recommendation to the
> WG about what we should do.
> 
> Barry
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