wk at isil.d.shuttle.de
Mon Jun 28 15:20:40 CEST 1999
"John A. Martin" <jam at jamux.com> writes:
> Werner> 220.127.116.11. Notation Data
> Werner> 18.104.22.168. Policy URL
> Are there any pointers to, or examples of, good and effective use of
> these facilities? Do we have a good styles for notations and for
> policy documents?
Not that I know. This thinks are just in rfc2440 because someone may
need it in the future. Notation signatures ahve already been in the
old pgp 2 - but I don't know of any use.
One hint: If you decide to use notaion data, please make sure to have
names (NAME=VALUE) which won't conflict with any other names. There
are no rules on how to choose names yet, but I think the scheme used
in the SSH protocols is is applicable:
Use a name and append a domain name over which you have full control.
For example, the GNU projec might choose:
-N foo at gnu.org="bla bla"
If we ever come to register names we can make clear that names which
are registered will not have an at-sign.
And don't put large amount of data into these notations - view them as
meta data of a signed document.
Werner Koch at guug.de www.openIT.de keyid 621CC013
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