Question about notations and domains
eye.of.the.8eholder at gmail.com
Fri Aug 9 08:43:35 CEST 2013
I only replied to Mr. Shaw and not to the list so i send this again.
On Fri, 9 Aug 2013 00:09:29 -0400
David Shaw <dshaw at jabberwocky.com> wrote:
> There are two namespaces here. If a tag is defined by the IETF
> process, then there is no @domain at all. The @domain tags are used
> when regular users want to define a tag.
> Anyway, so it's true that you can use the @domain notation to
> differentiate between a tag you use and the same tag used by someone
> else, but this shouldn't be interpreted as that you should always use
> the local domain. The domain is set by whoever defines the tag.
> In this case, the preferred-email-encoding tag was defined by the
> pgp.com people. Thus preferred-email-encoding at pgp.com is the proper
> string to use.
Yes i understood the two namespaces but i had not understood that the
proper domain is the one of the person who defines the tag. I had
the impression that everyone should use his own domain.
So, in the case of the issuer-fpr notation, which if i am not wrong
was introduced by Mr. Gillmor, the proper notation is
issuer-fpr at notations.openpgp.fifthhorseman.net and not
issuer-fpr at my.domain.tld ?
Thank you for replying Mr. Shaw.
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