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Re: Types of object for trust anchors



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>>>>> "Stephen" == Stephen Kent <kent@xxxxxxx> writes:
    >> ...  I also think that some SPKI stuff needs to br brought up in
    >> the BOF.  Specifically, relating to section 3, paragraph 3.
    >> 

    Stephen> SPKI is not a standards track PKI RFC model, unlike X.509,
    Stephen> OpenPGP, and DNSSEC.  Thus it does not necessarily merit
    Stephen> equal consideration here.

  Nor did I propose it as a standard.
  I said that it had some relevant discussion about what it means to
configure a local trust anchor.

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