Re: Names of standards-track RFCs

2004-07-14 Thread John Stracke
. -- /=\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com| |Centive |My opinions are my own. | |=| |Q: What goes Pieces of 7! Pieces of 7

Re: Last Call: 'Alternative Decision Making Processes for Consensus-blocked Decisions in the IETF' to Experimental RFC

2004-06-07 Thread John Stracke
to agree to a process that means they don't get to stonewall any more. -- /=\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com| |Centive |My

Re: setting up the administrative structures we need

2004-06-07 Thread John Stracke
be almost as cheap for the US people to attend, and (last I heard) Canada didn't have visa requirements derived from the War On Alleged Terrorists Who Have Major Oil Reserves. -- /=\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: spoofing email addresses

2004-05-28 Thread John Stracke
will get blacklisted. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: respect privacy please !

2004-05-21 Thread John Stracke
-- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own. | || |What now, Brain? We should flee

Re: 60th IETF - Registration

2004-05-19 Thread John Stracke
. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own. | || |In the country

Re: Complaint on abuse of DNSOP lists

2004-05-11 Thread John Stracke
understand--nor do I much care--I'm just pointing out that it's not plain whether anybody here is lying. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com

Re: Not sure if this is the right place for this

2004-05-10 Thread John Stracke
. -- /==\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own.| |==| |Guide us, oh holy Lemming Herder

Re: Complaint on abuse of DNSOP lists

2004-05-10 Thread John Stracke
Dean Anderson wrote: It seems that WG co-chair has begun to use an email address that is defaming Av8 Internet, Inc How is it defamation if the only one that gets the message is Av8? -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Principles of Spam-abatement

2004-03-12 Thread John Stracke
; they don't filter. Their basic package is dynamic IP, but you can get multiple static IPs, without going to SDSL. -- /=\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com

Re: License for downloading music - well!

2004-02-26 Thread John Stracke
disrupted, and doesn't have to worry about being stranded if the micropayment company goes out of business. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com

Re: digital signature request

2004-02-25 Thread John Stracke
. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own. | || |How many roads must a man

Re: digital signature request

2004-02-25 Thread John Stracke
Dave Aronson wrote: On Wed February 25 2004 09:53, John Stracke wrote: Not necessarily. Spam viruses would then start collecting people's private keys. Theoretically possible, but at least it would significantly raise the bar. Only one person needs to figure out how to do it. Think script

Re: digital signature request

2004-02-25 Thread John Stracke
David Morris wrote: It also supposes that the private keys aren't protected with a passphrase. Nope. All you need is a keystroke monitor. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com

Re: Do we or don't we need a visa for the Korean IETF?

2004-01-29 Thread John Stracke
, you're on firmer ground than if the IETF says you don't need one. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions

Re: Hi

2004-01-19 Thread John Stracke
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Test =) qxbavnirg -- Test, yep. I didn't write that; the return address was faked. The Received: lines show it was from an IP address assigned to the University of Sydney. -- /==\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Visa for South Korea

2003-12-30 Thread John Stracke
is part of their job. -- /==\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: Adding [ietf] considered harmful

2003-12-18 Thread John Stracke
warning...) -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: Hashing spam

2003-12-18 Thread John Stracke
) download a hot list to block directly on the machine It's been done, and the spammers have already evolved to get around it: they randomize the messages so that the hashes don't match. -- /=\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Tag, You're It!

2003-12-17 Thread John Stracke
to make signatures useless. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: More frustrating that not having [ietf] (Fw: Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender)

2003-12-17 Thread John Stracke
; they figure you can always send mail via your ISP's SMTP server. Yes, it's dain-bramaged. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive

Re: Tag, You're It!

2003-12-17 Thread John Stracke
Paul Hoffman / IMC wrote: At 9:55 AM -0500 12/17/03, John Stracke wrote: Modifying the Subject: line is a Bad Thing; it invalidates digital signatures. Which digital signatures are you talking about? Neither S/MIME nor OpenPGP sign the headers in messages, only the bodies. S/MIME can sign

Re: Tag, You're It!

2003-12-17 Thread John Stracke
Paul Hoffman / IMC wrote: At 12:47 PM -0500 12/17/03, John Stracke wrote: S/MIME can sign the Subject: header (see RFC-1848, section 6.3) RFC 1848 is for MOSS, not S/MIME or OpenPGP. MOSS had no significant implementation. Oh. Sorry

Re: Tag, You're It!

2003-12-17 Thread John Stracke
it claims to be from. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: /48 micro allocations for v6 root servers, was: national security

2003-12-08 Thread John Stracke
the market? -- /=\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com| |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: SMTP compressed protocol...

2003-12-05 Thread John Stracke
cryptanalysis? -- /=\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com| |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: i18n name badges

2003-11-20 Thread John Stracke
. The IETF would be low-volume, so we'd probably be paying closer to $1 apiece. So just the tags for just one meeting would cost more than a passel of barcode scanners. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: i18n name badges

2003-11-20 Thread John Stracke
, and barcode readers are cheap. Or somebody could hack up software to do barcode recognition on the image of the bluesheet, and then the secretariat can use a flatbed scanner and scan a whole sheet at a time. -- /\ |John Stracke

Re: FYI: BOF on Internationalized Email Addresses (IEA)

2003-10-31 Thread John Stracke
. -- /==\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own.| |==| |I have strong opinions about ambivalence. | \==/

Re: [Fwd: Emerging Network Usage and Engineering Issues]

2003-08-18 Thread John Stracke
was not made for e-commerce, its mission was to communicate during nuclear warfare. False. -- /==\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive

Re: re the plenary discussion on partial checksums

2003-07-17 Thread John Stracke
? This is a good point. If an L2 error can make a normal discard on errors packet come through marked as tolerate errors, then implementing this feature can introduce errors in existing applications. -- /==\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Multicast Last Mile BOF report

2003-07-16 Thread John Stracke
ISP has no incentive to shrink the size of the bitpipe the sender needs to buy. -- /==\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My

Re: re the plenary discussion on partial checksums

2003-07-16 Thread John Stracke
different likelihoods of corruption; you may decide that it's safe to set the bit on Ethernet, but not on 802.11*. And, in general, the app doesn't know all of the L2s that may be involved when it sends a packet. -- /==\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: First Timers

2003-07-07 Thread John Stracke
has been recently washed. Ah, but wearing clean clothes at IETF is practical; it's so inconvenient when somebody walks by, gets a whiff, passes out, and trips over your power cord. -- /==\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http

Re: UPNP was:RE: myth of the great transition (was US Defense Departmentforma lly adopts IPv6)

2003-06-25 Thread John Stracke
. -- /=\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com| |Centive |My opinions are my own. | |=| |The Reality Check's

Re: UPNP was:RE: myth of the great transition (was US Defense Departmentforma lly adopts IPv6)

2003-06-25 Thread John Stracke
for people who need to build new apps to kludge around NATs. -- /=\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com| |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: myth of the great transition (was US Defense Department formally adopts IPv6)

2003-06-19 Thread John Stracke
locks you in to using just those apps, which means that Cn has a hidden component that isn't visible to most consumers. -- /=\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com

Re: Spam

2003-05-31 Thread John Stracke
. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own. | || |Never do card tricks for your poker buddies.| \/

Re: The utilitiy of IP is at stake here

2003-05-30 Thread John Stracke
* take a lot to convince them that it would reduce spam; people with a normal, healthy cynicism gland (and without the expertise to analyze the new protocols) would assume that it was just a marketing ploy. -- /=\ |John Stracke

Re: A peer-to-peer trust system model

2003-05-30 Thread John Stracke
? -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: spam

2003-05-29 Thread John Stracke
goal we know we can meet! :-) -- /==\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: spam

2003-05-27 Thread John Stracke
. And the court whose ruling was overturned (I read the ruling) had made the same sort of error Dean is making: assuming that the only costs involved were those of physical resources (paper or disk space). -- /==\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Thinking differently about the site local problem (was: RE:site local addresses (was Re: Fw: Welcome to the InterNAT...))

2003-04-03 Thread John Stracke
Jeroen Massar wrote: John Stracke wrote: Jeroen Massar wrote: Ad-hoc networks are another similar case, where two machines are connected via ad-hoc wireless, bluetooth, firewire, or similar. In any other way do you like remembering and typing over 128bit addresses

Re: Thinking differently about the site local problem (was: RE: sitelocal addresses (was Re: Fw: Welcome to the InterNAT...))

2003-04-03 Thread John Stracke
whether it was in DNS lookup or not. Would've saved time in the long run, since debugging takes longer than coding.) -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com

Re: Thinking differently about names and addresses

2003-04-02 Thread John Stracke
get the wrong HIP from the host that answers when you use the local address, then you know not to use that one. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com

Re: Thinking differently about the site local problem (was: RE:site local addresses (was Re: Fw: Welcome to the InterNAT...))

2003-04-02 Thread John Stracke
-to-point network, you can pick convenient addresses. Most OS's require a (unique) hostname to be entered/automatically generated on install False. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http

Re: Thinking differently about the site local problem (was: RE:site local addresses (was Re: Fw: Welcome to the InterNAT...))

2003-04-01 Thread John Stracke
it reaches first, as a first cut at discovering the most efficient path (that's what I did when I implemented this some time back). Being on the same network, D will probably respond before C. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Thinking differently about the site local problem (was: RE:site local addresses (was Re: Fw: Welcome to the InterNAT...))

2003-04-01 Thread John Stracke
by having to work around those NATs? -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: site local addresses (was Re: Fw: Welcome to the InterNAT...)

2003-03-31 Thread John Stracke
Keith Moore wrote: On Thu, 27 Mar 2003 15:31:23 -0500 John Stracke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Besides, we have three such prefixes, given RFC-1918 and 6to4: 2002:A00::/24, 2002:AC10::/28, and 2002:C0A8::/32. the same problems exist for these as for SLs. Right. we should deprecate

Re: Thinking differently about the site local problem (was: RE: sitelocal addresses (was Re: Fw: Welcome to the InterNAT...))

2003-03-31 Thread John Stracke
that boundary. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: site local addresses (was Re: Fw: Welcome to the InterNAT...)

2003-03-28 Thread John Stracke
compelling arguments from operators and others that we don't need a special prefix for disconnected sites... Besides, we have three such prefixes, given RFC-1918 and 6to4: 2002:A00::/24, 2002:AC10::/28, and 2002:C0A8::/32. -- /\ |John

Re: IPv6, interNAT, Wi-Fi (not mobile)

2003-03-27 Thread John Stracke
as reliable. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: Financial state of the IETF - to be presented Wednesday

2003-03-27 Thread John Stracke
. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: IPv6, interNAT, Wi-Fi (not mobile)

2003-03-27 Thread John Stracke
will be horrific. A solution to that would probably be a solution to the general problem of route flap. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive

Re: IPv6, interNAT, Wi-Fi (not mobile)

2003-03-26 Thread John Stracke
it's impossible, but last I heard nobody knew how to do it; the route flap would be horrible. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive

Re: IPv6, interNAT, Wi-Fi (not mobile)

2003-03-26 Thread John Stracke
S Woodside wrote: On Tuesday, March 25, 2003, at 06:03 PM, John Stracke wrote: proponents want to be able to do massive multihoming, with all participants with external links sharing those links, and all the traffic from the outside finding the shortest way in. I won't say it's impossible

Re: slide fonts

2003-03-24 Thread John Stracke
Scott W Brim wrote: I don't know anyone who has asked for hardcopy proceedings for years. I remember seeing a set ordered by a coworker about 2 years ago. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| |Principal

Re: Financial state of the IETF - to be presented Wednesday

2003-03-20 Thread John Stracke
pay more; that would be the opposite of what we want to do here. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: Fwd: Re: Financial state of the IETF - to be presented Wednesday

2003-03-20 Thread John Stracke
Margaret Wasserman wrote: We could attempt to increase fundraising for ISOC/the IETF. One risk there: If the IETF became too dependent on big donors, its neutrality could be threatened. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Muttered at the IESG Open Mike...

2003-03-20 Thread John Stracke
. :-) -- /=\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com| |Centive |My opinions are my own. | |=| |We can't duplicate

Re: charging for IETF participation

2003-03-20 Thread John Stracke
problem. ;-) -- /=\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com| |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: Financial state of the IETF - to be presented Wednesday

2003-03-17 Thread John Stracke
to Europe and gotten a Eurailpass (30 days one time, 15 days another time), the pass cost less than the flight. It costs extra in travel time, of course. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| |Principal

Re: Financial state of the IETF - to be presented Wednesday

2003-03-17 Thread John Stracke
around breaking cookie together, though. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: Financial state of the IETF - to be presented Wednesday

2003-03-17 Thread John Stracke
to the hotel would be on the short list of people from whom to buy access, so sponsoring us would be equivalent to giving away the line. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| |Principal Engineer|http

Re: Financial state of the IETF - to be presented Wednesday

2003-03-17 Thread John Stracke
. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own. | |===| |If you're going

Re: Acronyms Et Al. (was: Last Call: Instructions to Request forComments (RFC) Authors to BCP)

2003-03-11 Thread John Stracke
get pronounced. -- /==\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: Network Working Group

2003-03-11 Thread John Stracke
matter, if one wants to find people to discuss an RFC with, knowing what WG it came from (if any) can save steps. The authors' addresses are included, of course, but those sometimes go stale before the WG closes down. -- /\ |John Stracke

Re: Network Working Group

2003-03-11 Thread John Stracke
today. I believe he meant for new documents. I'm not sure, of course, since he put his comments at the start of his reply instead of alongside the quoted text he was referring to. -- /==\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer

Re: IAB policy on anti-spam mechanisms?

2003-03-11 Thread John Stracke
; but that basically pushes the problem up a layer. If services are identified by well-known service names in the SRV record, then people will start filtering at the DNS level. -- /=\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Just three questions

2003-02-26 Thread John Stracke
Tomson Eric (Yahoo.fr) wrote: Just three questions : 1/does the IETF support or contest the Inclusive Name Space (the one operated by NewRoot instead of the ICANN)? RFC-2826 answers this. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Wireless in future meetings

2002-12-20 Thread John Stracke
of traffic an IETF meeting puts out. :-) -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED]| |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com | |Centive |My opinions are my own

Re: Wireless in future meetings

2002-12-20 Thread John Stracke
John C Klensin wrote: Folks, the Secretariat is quite good at this stuff. No argument there. :-) -- /=\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centive.com

Re: Spring 2003 IETF - Why San Francisco?

2002-11-25 Thread John Stracke
dropped off a bit since then. -- /\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centivinc.com | |Centiv|My opinions are my own

Re: After 1 day... Re: text conferencing at the 55th IETF meetingin Atlanta

2002-11-20 Thread John Stracke
trained to my voice. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centivinc.com| |Centiv|My opinions are my own. | |===| |I'm a .sig virus...and, boy, am I tired! | \===/

Re: text conferencing at the 55th IETF meeting in Atlanta

2002-11-18 Thread John Stracke
Marshall Rose wrote: Each conference room also has a 'bot which records everything that gets sent: Very nice. Can these logs be included in the minutes, or alongside them? -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: text conferencing at the 55th IETF meeting in Atlanta

2002-11-18 Thread John Stracke
to the meeting, I'd volunteer to be both minute taker and scribe; then I'd take what I'd scribed to the chat room and turn it into minutes. No point having to find two volunteers.) -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Does anyone use message/external-body?

2002-11-15 Thread John Stracke
MUAs already let you drag a link from a browser, or specify an attachment by URL; adding the option to send it as a message/external-body instead of inline would be a very small extra for users to learn. -- /\ |John Stracke

Re: kernelizing the network resolver

2002-11-07 Thread John Stracke
a new form of ID for transport protocols to use. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centivinc.com| |Centiv|My opinions are my own

Re: kernelizing the network resolver

2002-11-05 Thread John Stracke
? -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centivinc.com| |Centiv|My opinions are my own. | |===| |If you're going to walk

Re: kernelizing the network resolver

2002-11-05 Thread John Stracke
V Guruprasad wrote: On Tue 2002.11.05, John Stracke wrote: The problem is that only the app knows what kind of caching behavior it needs. For a simple protocol like SMTP or HTTP, pure DNS-based caching is fine; for a more sophisticated protocol (e.g., any sort of videoconferencing app

Re: Palladium (TCP/MS)

2002-11-01 Thread John Stracke
. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centivinc.com| |Centiv|My opinions are my own. | |===| |If you're going to walk on thin ice

Re: mail headers for announce

2002-11-01 Thread John Stracke
Dave Crocker wrote: Using return-path is a bit like paying attention to what mailbox a postal letter is dropped into. Or perhaps what post offices it went through on the way. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: kernelizing the network resolver

2002-11-01 Thread John Stracke
; for that you do need the kernel, or a daemon). -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centivinc.com| |Centiv|My opinions are my own

Re: Palladium (TCP/MS)

2002-10-23 Thread John Stracke
be reasonable for them to block access to the update servers. (*) http://cin.earthweb.com/article/1,3555,10493_1485861,00.html -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centivinc.com

Re: Last Call: Using XML-RPC in BEEP to Proposed Standard

2002-10-11 Thread John Stracke
Timur Shemsedinov wrote: Here question, whether is necessary to have two realizations of the RPC using XML? Again, it's not up to the IETF; XML-RPC already exists. And, in fact, it predates SOAP. -- /===\ |John Stracke

Re: Last Call: Using XML-RPC in BEEP to Proposed Standard

2002-10-10 Thread John Stracke
resolve it; you just use it as an identifier. This is a common tactic in XML. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centivinc.com| |Centiv

Re: RFC 871

2002-10-07 Thread John Stracke
other is not a statement of absolute truth, it's a property of the equality relation you choose to use. -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centivinc.com

Re: broadcast packets

2002-09-25 Thread John Stracke
? -- /===\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centivinc.com| |Centiv|My opinions are my own. | |===| |Ea est fabula nostra

Re: INTERVIEW comments by Conrad on IPv4

2002-09-23 Thread John Stracke
network was like using RFC-1918 addresses on the public network. -- /==\ |John Stracke |[EMAIL PROTECTED] | |Principal Engineer|http://www.centivinc.com | |Centiv|My opinions are my own

Re: Jabber BOF afterthoughts

2002-07-24 Thread John Stracke
; it's just an encoding. Protocols are hard, and that's where the IETF has expertise. -- /\ |John Stracke|Principal Engineer | |[EMAIL PROTECTED] |Incentive Systems, Inc.| |http://www.incentivesystems.com |My opinions

Re: the way an I-D takes

2002-07-23 Thread John Stracke
. -- /\ |John Stracke|Principal Engineer | |[EMAIL PROTECTED] |Incentive Systems, Inc.| |http://www.incentivesystems.com |My opinions are my own.| || |This is the .sig

Re: Jabber BOF afterthoughts

2002-07-23 Thread John Stracke
two efforts in this space; if the W3C were likely to object, they would've by now. -- /\ |John Stracke|Principal Engineer | |[EMAIL PROTECTED] |Incentive Systems, Inc.| |http://www.incentivesystems.com |My opinions

Re: the way an I-D takes

2002-07-23 Thread John Stracke
John Stracke wrote: Kai Kretschmann wrote: In mid may we published a draft named draft-kretschmann-kai- sighttp-00.txt and got at least some responses. ...mostly negative, IIRC. checks archive OK, this was an unworthy bit of snideness, since nearly all the previous comments came from me

Re: (ietf54-noc 1798) why we had wireless problems at IETF

2002-07-18 Thread John Stracke
debugging models. Better to do it with the IETF, which is capable of understanding why debugging is hard, than with a flash crowd at Starbucks. :-) -- /\ |John Stracke|Principal Engineer | |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Last Call: SMTP Service Extension for Content Negotiation toProposed Standard

2002-07-08 Thread John Stracke
; fax-over-IP software would open things up more. So fax-over-IP would probably lead to an increase in the prevalence over one-to-many. -- /\ |John Stracke|Principal Engineer | |[EMAIL PROTECTED] |Incentive Systems

Re: Last Call: SMTP Service Extension for Content Negotiation to Proposed Standard

2002-07-08 Thread John Stracke
. -- /\ |John Stracke|Principal Engineer | |[EMAIL PROTECTED] |Incentive Systems, Inc.| |http://www.incentivesystems.com |My opinions are my own.| || |This is the .sig that says... Ni! | \/

RE: Pursuing question of mime types in W3C specifications and nextactions

2002-07-01 Thread John Stracke
the same thing, you've got a risk of abuse. John Stracke [EMAIL PROTECTED] Incentive Systems, Inc. http://www.incentivesystems.com Stuck using Exchange, .signature under construction

Re: IPR and I-D boilerplate

2002-06-27 Thread John Stracke
Wouldn't it be easier just to archive all the Drafts? It would work better as prior art documentation, too, because it would be unambiguous what ideas were embodied in the previous versions. /==\ |John Stracke

RE: Global PKI on DNS?

2002-06-25 Thread John Stracke
and punish counterfeiters, which means that ordinary people don't have to know how to validate a dollar bill, because the incidence of forgery is low. /==\ |John Stracke|Principal Engineer | |[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: sigHTTP comments?

2002-06-21 Thread John Stracke
. /==\ |John Stracke|Principal Engineer | |[EMAIL PROTECTED] |Incentive Systems, Inc. | |http://www.incentivesystems.com |My opinions are my own. | |==| |Simply vanished--like an old oak table

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