Difference between revisions of "Description of DNSBLs"

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Primary author is John Levine, document shepherd is Alexey Melnikov.
 
Primary author is John Levine, document shepherd is Alexey Melnikov.
  
The latest version is [http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-irtf-asrg-dnsbl-06.txt here].  
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The latest version is [http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-irtf-asrg-dnsbl here].  
  
 
The current version is redone to be standards track rather than informational, so it now contains MUST and SHOULD and other normative language to describe the proper technical operation (which is <i>NOT</i>, repeat <b>NOT</b>, related to the listing or delisting policy) of a DNSBL.
 
The current version is redone to be standards track rather than informational, so it now contains MUST and SHOULD and other normative language to describe the proper technical operation (which is <i>NOT</i>, repeat <b>NOT</b>, related to the listing or delisting policy) of a DNSBL.

Revision as of 11:39, 29 July 2008

Drafts are currently in internet-drafts, going through the new IRTF publication process.

Primary author is John Levine, document shepherd is Alexey Melnikov.

The latest version is here.

The current version is redone to be standards track rather than informational, so it now contains MUST and SHOULD and other normative language to describe the proper technical operation (which is NOT, repeat NOT, related to the listing or delisting policy) of a DNSBL.