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RE: Continued discussion of RADIUS Crypto-Agility
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Glen Zorn (gwz)
> Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2007 10:08 PM
> To: David B. Nelson
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: RE: Continued discussion of RADIUS Crypto-Agility
> David B. Nelson <> allegedly scribbled on Tuesday, July 31, 2007 11:25
> > Glen Zorn writes...
> >> To 1) ignore our charter (not to mention the (at best)
> >> '?' regarding it in the presentation)...
> > To be fair, the authors of this ID did indicate they knew
> it was out
> > of charter scope, and therefore not eligible for the Crypto-Agility
> > solution, at the time that they requested the presentation slot in
> > RADEXT. The "?" apparently came about as a result of
> discussions in
> > the O&M Area WG earlier in the week.
> So can we appropriately blame this nonsense (surprise!) on the IESG?
If finding somebody to blame solves the problem or at least half of it,
I'll step ahead :-)
Seriously, I was the one to recommend the author to ask for a time slot
on the RADEXT agenda. I believe that the RADSEC work is if not within at
least related to the WG scope (but not necessarily as a crypto-agility
solution), although undertaking it would mean an extension of the
charter. I believe it was good for the working group to hear it and
discuss whether there is consensus to include it as a future work item.
This discussion is happening right now, and it's good.
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