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Re: Call for Votes (Re: glibc's getaddrinfo() sort order)



On Thu, 20 Sep 2007 19:01:50 +0100, Ian Jackson
<ian@davenant.greenend.org.uk> said:  

> There is apparently no counterproposal, so I hereby propose and call
> for a vote on the following resolution:

-8> -

>  1. RFC3484 s6 rule 9 should not be applied to IPv4 addresses by
>     Debian systems, and we overrule the maintainer.  If the maintainer
>     has not uploaded a suitable change within 1 week, Ian Jackson is
>     mandated to make an NMU in sid.
>  2. RFC3484 s6 rule 9 should not be applied to IPv6 addresses by
>     Debian systems.  However, we do not overrule the maintainer on
>     this point and we do not authorise changing it via an NMU.
>  3. We recommend to the IETF that RFC3484 s6 rule 9 should be
>     abolished, definitely for IPv4, and probably for IPv6 too.

-8> -
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 [1] Choice X: Do not use rule 9, overrule maintainer, etc., as above.
 [3] Choice S: Sort IPv4 addrs according to rule 9 in getaddrinfo
 [2] Choice F: Further discussion
 -=-=-=-=-=- Don't Delete Anything Between These Lines =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

        Sorry for the delay; I have been swamped at work.

        manoj
-- 
Single tasking: Just Say No.
Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@debian.org> <http://www.debian.org/~srivasta/>
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