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Re: slight update to draft-macdonald-antispam-registry
On Sun, May 8, 2011 at 9:47 PM, Murray S. Kucherawy <msk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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>> From: owner-ietf-smtp@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-ietf-smtp@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Jeff Macdonald
>> Sent: Sunday, May 08, 2011 7:00 AM
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>> Subject: Re: slight update to draft-macdonald-antispam-registry
>> > Some discussion from them about how they implemented it, what hurdles
>> > there were, what results they've seen -- you know, implementation
>> > report type stuff -- would be really interesting.
>> I agree. Why not add some experiences of your own?
> I haven't implemented your draft, so I've none to share. I'm just offering advice to head off the questions you're inevitably going to get down the line in the standards process.
So some drafts are lucky, in that all they are describing is what is
widely practiced. Makes it easy to fly through the standards process.
Other drafts are new ideas. Of course they'll take a while to get
through the process.
This draft is a mixture of stuff that is being practiced and a new
idea to create a new subject code for it.
So, an implementation report is probably a bit premature.
If you've looked at the draft, and I mean those besides Murray, what
has kept you from implementing it?