Hi, my 2 cents:

(1) I think the solution is just not right. It's a quick and dirty way of doing 
these things. The right way imo is defining a new RDAP extension (with a 
dedicated attribute to identify the authoritative source)
(2) In my opinion there are other, existing, mechanisms for discovering 
entities (and mentioned in the draft: self links).

So, for me, it's a no, I don't support it as it is now.

Kind regards


> On 13 Apr 2018, at 12:54, Hollenbeck, Scott <shollenb...@verisign.com> wrote:
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> It's been one week with no feedback at all. Come on, folks, please speak up! 
> One of our obligations as working group members is to review and discuss the 
> documents being developed in the group. It helps the document shepherd, the 
> WG chairs, and the IESG to get a better measure of consensus based on the 
> discussion. It's OK to say, "I've read the document and I have no concerns"! 
> The IETF doesn't charter "lurking" groups, people!
>> During the last call the chairs are looking for a document shepherd for
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> I've found someone who is willing to be the document shepherd. I'll give him 
> a "please identify yourself" poke shortly.
> Scott
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