Carlos Pignataro (cpignata | 25 Feb 21:56 2015
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Change on the draft aliases

Hi,

There seems there has been a recent change on how draft aliases are expanded — maybe related to moving the aliases and the changes at https://datatracker.ietf.org/release/5.11.1/ [9083] [9070], maybe not?

draft-kumarkini-mpls-spring-lsp-ping: draft-kumarkini-mpls-spring-lsp-ping <at> ietf.org


One implication is that the Resent-to header does not include individual email addresses expanded:
From:
Resent-To: Carlos Pignataro Hannes Gredler Mach Chen Nagendra Kumar Nobo Akiya Sri Kini George Swallow // addresses removed
To: 

This broke filters that rely on finding individual email addresses in this header. This is not the case on the “WG alias file” (yet?).

Could we have the individual addresses added back to this Header?

Thanks!

— Carlos.

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Benoit Claise | 24 Feb 23:34 2015
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www.ietf.org/rt #73576] charters difference


Hi,

As mentioned below, this one is for you.

Regards, Benoit


-------- Forwarded Message -------- Subject: Date: From: Reply-To: To:
[www.ietf.org/rt #73576] charters difference
Tue, 24 Feb 2015 13:42:40 -0800
Naveen Khan via RT <ietf-info <at> ietf.org>
ietf-info <at> ietf.org
bclaise <at> cisco.com


Hi Benoit, As the secretariat does not manage the tools page, please email tools <at> ietf.org in order to get this changed. Sincerely, Naveen Khan IETF Secretariat On Tue Feb 24 12:56:19 2015, bclaise <at> cisco.com wrote: > Hi, > > I see a difference between > https://tools.ietf.org/wg/radext/charters > https://datatracker.ietf.org/wg/radext/charter/ > > https://datatracker.ietf.org/wg/radext/charter/ is the right one, with > Kathleen as the correct area director. > > Regards, Benoit >



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Richard Barnes | 24 Feb 20:44 2015

New account -> Chair

Hey tools team,

I'm trying to add Mo Zanaty <mzanaty <at> cisco.com> as co-chair of CODEC.
http://datatracker.ietf.org/wg/codec/edit/

Mo tells me that he's created an account, but the "Chairs" box can't seem to find him.  Any ideas why this might be?  Is there some propagation delay?

Thanks,
--Richard
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Bjoern Hoehrmann | 11 Feb 01:49 2015
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http://tools.ietf.org/list/<listname> directory listings

Hi,

  E.g. http://tools.ietf.org/list/ietf-privacy/ contains a directory
listing of `<message id>.eml` files with mailing list messages up to
mid-2012. For some lists like http://tools.ietf.org/list/tap/ I get a
`404` response, but Google Search still shows similar results. That
does not seem right.

regards,
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Benoit Claise | 9 Feb 19:01 2015
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Re: Online YANG validation

Dear all,

I have not seen any reply to this one.
Since I provided this mailer to Carl, I'm wondering: is this the right one?

Regards, Benoit
> Tools Team,
>
>   As part of our efforts ongoing in the YANG model coordination group we're looking at putting together an
online YANG module validation tool. We're looking to likely leverage the pyang YANG validator and
converter in python (https://code.google.com/p/pyang/) with a simple web ui. It will likely end up
looking something like the venerable web interface to libsmi (https://www.ibr.cs.tu-bs.de/projects/libsmi/tools/).
>
>   My initial thought is be to see if we can host it on the tools.ietf.org infrastructure if appropriate. It
this something that would fit in there?
>
> Regards,
> --
> Carl Moberg
>
>
>
> .
>

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Tony Hansen | 6 Feb 21:58 2015
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conditional query in draft submission for draft-i*-00 drafts

When a draft-ietf-....-00 draft is submitted, and often when a 
draft-iab-...-00 or draft-irtf-...-00 draft is submitted, it's a 
WG/IAB/RG-accepted revision of a previous individual submission.

There is a field in the datatracker database for this to be populated, 
which allows various tools, including the datatracker and 
tools.ietf.org/html/draft.... to provide proper linkage across versions. 
(For example, the tools.ietf.org/html version will show you a pointer to 
the previous individual submission and let you do a diff from the -00 
against the individual submission as well.)

However, this ONLY works when that pointer is populated. Right now, it 
almost always requires a manual poke at ietf-action or ietf-secretariat 
to get the linkage fixed up.

I know of several documents recently added to the draft-iab track (that 
were previously individual submissions) where the manual poke took 
significant time.

I'd like to propose that, when the file being submitted is named 
draft-ietf-...-00, draft-iab-...-00 or draft-irtf-...-00, another text 
box becomes visible that lets the author fill in the previous individual 
submission's filename. This information would be sent directly to the 
proper address at the secretariat for verification, and then the link 
can be added to the database by the secretariat.

Another additional enhancement would be tool support for the secretariat 
to use make easier the verification that the individual submission 
listed really is the previous version. (For example, show an iframe 
displaying the tools.ietf.org version of the individual-submission 
document and another iframe displaying the draft-i*-00 document, and a 
button that can be clicked to add the pointer data to the database.)

     Tony Hansen

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Dave Crocker | 5 Feb 21:30 2015
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Re: DMARC

On 2/5/2015 12:12 PM, David Leon Gil wrote:
> Perhaps you don't want to call it forgery. But it's still bad.

I'm a bit confused by that claim.

When a mediator changes the From field, so that DMARC succeeds, the
recipient is given /less/ useful information for the MUA to process.

Arguably, at that point, it /is/ spoofing.  The user sees that it is
from the original author, but the associated address is /not/ the author's.

In the broadest terms, the From field hack that folk claim to like is
merely telling spammers how to bypass DMARC...

d/

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Scott O. Bradner | 5 Feb 18:10 2015

Re: Feedback on the blue sheet feature for interim virtual meetings.

seems like a good practice

Scott

> On Feb 5, 2015, at 11:59 AM, Susan Hares <shares <at> ndzh.com> wrote:
> 
> Scott and Ted:
> 
> We use an etherpad to be a virtual blue sheets.  I've been uploading the
> virtual blue sheets in a pdf.  It is a useful set of information to save for
> these virtual interims.  
> 
> Sue 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ted Lemon [mailto:Ted.Lemon <at> nominum.com] 
> Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2015 8:18 AM
> To: Scott O. Bradner
> Cc: Tools Team Discussion; Susan Hares
> Subject: Re: [Tools-discuss] Feedback on the blue sheet feature for interim
> virtual meetings.
> 
> On Feb 5, 2015, at 6:07 AM, Scott O. Bradner <sob <at> sobco.com> wrote:
>> as I understand it - the pdf is a scan of the hand written sheet 
>> passed around in a WG session- not all that easy to OCR & publish as 
>> text
> 
> Ah, so it's for in-person meetings, not virtual meetings.   That makes more
> sense--thanks!
> 
> 

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Ted Lemon | 5 Feb 14:00 2015

Feedback on the blue sheet feature for interim virtual meetings.

Susan Hares has reported that there are some things that could be improved regarding the virtual blue sheets.   I have to admit that I am surprised that PDF is the only supported format.   I'm not convinced that HTML is a good alternative--I would have picked plain text, personally.   She also points out that the blue sheets are not visible in the proceedings, and wonders if that's intentional.

Begin forwarded message:

From: Susan Hares <shares <at> ndzh.com>
Subject: Tools team - Cool new tool on virtual blue sheets
Date: February 4, 2015 at 8:45:54 PM MST

Ted:

 

This evening the TRILL WG held an interim.  We had 11 participants who actively discussed active-active, directory service, yang modules, TRILL ISIS-MTU negotiation and TRILL P2MP BFD.  Our next meeting will be at the IETF. 

 

The agenda, presentation, and minutes are at:

 

 

We used etherpad and a virtual-blue-sheet for the interim.  The new interim tools manager allows upload of blue sheets (pdf only), but the proceedings page does not display it.  Please ask the tool teams to allow html for the blue sheets so we can transfer from the v-bluesheets to the proceedsings.

 

Also, the bluesheets do not show up in the proceedings page above.  Is this planned or an oversight?

 

Sue Hares

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Randy Bush | 3 Feb 17:09 2015

Fwd: 96 Books For 99 Dollars!

this internet draft is from before ww2, but i still get spam to the
author list.  can we age these out?  thanks.

randy

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Henrik Levkowetz | 28 Jan 18:28 2015

Re: Rfcdiff 1.41 Makefile patch

Hi Baptiste,

On 2015-01-28 17:09, Baptiste Fontaine wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> Rfcdiff’s Makefile use `sudo` to install the manpage and the binary.
> I’m attaching a patch to this email which removes this. One can still
> use `sudo make install`, but some people install programs without
> using `sudo` (e.g. Homebrew, a package manager for OS X).

Right.  Fixed in v1.42.  Thanks!

Best regards,

	Henrik

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