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Re: users and connections definitions
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In message <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Stephen Kent writes:
>>Maybe you do, but don't include me. I like well-defined RFCs.
>For someone who purports to like well-defined (and presumably well-written)
>RFCs, the long series of Photuris I-Ds hardly serve as examplars.
As one of the Photuris implementors, i have to say that:
a) writing a draft for a key management protocol is not as easy as you
b) Bill has always been responsive to all comment i (and others) made
on the draft(s) - the changes take place in less than a week,
sometimes one or two days. That's better than i can say for others.
c) at this point, the Photuris drafts are much more readable than the
d) the Photuris and the ISAKMP drafts are both a lot of pages. Yet,
compared to the rest of the IPsec drafts, they seem to be
progressing really well
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