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Re: <draft-ietf-grip-isp-expectations-00.txt> has been submitted
Great! BTW, did you have the action to submit a final draft with the
original name? The draft would be empty and point to the three new
documents that are replacing the old one.
At 10:05 PM 1/31/99 -0800, Tom Killalea wrote:
>I've submitted a new draft, "Security Expectations for Internet Service
>Providers" <draft-ietf-grip-isp-expectations-00.txt>, to Internet Drafts.
>This document is *vastly* different from the draft-ietf-grip-isp-07.txt
>and previous drafts on this subject.
> -the audience is ISPs only (not purchasers of ISP services - see
> Tony's document for that)
> -it doesn't attempt to be a Site Security Handbook for ISPs (see a
> future document for that)
> -it's only one-third as long (you've no excuse not to read it)
> -it's relatively controversial (could be wishful thinking on my
>Please read. Please send comments to the list.
>PS. As discussed at the GRIP meeting in Orlando, I'm going to weave some
>of the material that was in draft-ietf-grip-isp-07.txt into a "Site
>Security Handbook Addendum for ISPs". I haven't gotten a chance to work
>on that yet, but still hope to 'real soon now'.