Hi! The notes from this meeting are online.  Thanks to everyone who attended! Extra thanks to teor for conducting the meeting since I was stupidly 8 minutes late due to impatiently watching a kettle boil after eating very spicy cioppino and then *extremely* needing a glass of iced tea immediately.
We found some issues w.r.t. the specifics of the proposal, but overall we've agreed that it should be accepted in (roughly, after some minor revision) in its current state. As such, it is looking for someone interested in implementing it! (THIS COULD BE YOU) A couple outcomes of this: 1. What passes for "canonicalised" "utf-8" in C will be different to what passes for "canonicalised" "utf-8" in Rust. In C, the following will not be allowed (whereas they are allowed in Rust): - NUL (0x00) - Byte Order Mark (0xFEFF) 2. Directory document keywords MUST be printable ASCII. 3. This change may break some descriptor/consensus/document parsers. If you are the maintainer of a parser, you may want to start thinking about this now. : http://meetbot.debian.net/tor-meeting/2018/tor-meeting.2018-02-12-21.04.html Best regards, -- ♥Ⓐ isis agora lovecruft _________________________________________________________ OpenPGP: 4096R/0A6A58A14B5946ABDE18E207A3ADB67A2CDB8B35 Current Keys: https://fyb.patternsinthevoid.net/isis.txt
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