Thank you for supporting me Christian. I will do a writeup and save some comma.
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On 4 April 2018 8:26 PM, Christian Huitema <huit...@huitema.net> wrote:
> Anonymity and commas apart, this request falls in the general category of
> "starting new work in the IETF". I wish we had a specific page on the IETF
> web site explaining how to do that. For your specific proposal on alternative
> to OTP, I would:
> 1) Write a white paper explaining the problem you want to solve -- emphasis
> on problem, rather than solution. This will be the basis for the initial
> 2) Demonstrate that there is interest in solving the problem in some
> community. It has to be more than just you, there has to be some people or
> companies who think solving the problem is important, and who are ready to
> work in the IETF to develop a standard and later implement and deploy the
> standardized solution.
> 3) Contact the relevant area director in the IETF on the best way to proceed.
> In your case, that would be the directors of the security area, Benjamin
> Kaduk and Eric Rescorla. (See addresses at https://datatracker.ietf.org/wg/).
> They will advise you on the next step, which can be either more research, or
> working with an existing working group, or start the process towards creation
> of a working group.
> Note that there is a big tension between anonymity and standardization. The
> standardization process requires transparency to prevent abuses such as
> insertion of patented technology in standards without proper disclosure.
> -- Christian Huitema
> On 4/4/2018 2:58 AM, David Lloyd-Jones wrote:
>> Um, I think you need to get a handle on how the comma works and how its
>> working affects meaning. The ancient usage of the comma in the Second
>> Amendment of the US Constitution is a good example of the trouble one can
>> get into with misplaced commas.
>> Your odd use of the comma in your message suggests that you are not yet
>> ready to take on the sometimes crucial topic of protocols, anonymous F.
>> Sorry 'bout 'dat, but frankness is sometimes the best policy.
>> Best wishes,
>> On 3 April 2018 at 15:32, F_against <f_agai...@protonmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello Everyone,
>>> I want to talk about protocol, that has similar characteristics to otp.
>>> Are you interessted?
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