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Re: yet another <auth> type

At 11:04 AM 2/21/97 -0500, Marc Branchaud wrote:
>What, however, is the meaning of <date>?  Is it the date when the
>statement was made?  Or is it the date when your set of certs was signed?
>To maximize utility, the statement should use a range of dates, saying
>something like:
>"The subject keyholder (K1) is the same person as the keyholder of (K2),
>which was valid from <date1> to <date2>."
>That way, for any set of certs signed by K2 between <date1> and <date2>, I
>can consider them to have been signed by the keyholder of K1.

Sounds good to me.

 - Carl

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