Re: Working Group Last Call: Encrypted Content-Encoding for HTTP

On 7 June 2016 at 17:10, Poul-Henning Kamp <> wrote:
> I propose that we do not use URIs as keyid in any of the examples,
> but rather plain strings with no overloaded context such as
> keyid="key01294".

Aw, you picked up on my terrible examples.  I think that I might have
thought that the mailto: one was a good enough signal, or that the
lack of an 's' in http:// was enough to make someone think twice.  But
you are right, people just aren't always that smart.

For you:


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