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RE: xml security lecture / paper / chapter - small clarification...

From: Amir Herzberg <AMIR@newgenpay.com>
Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2001 11:05:50 +0200
Message-ID: <078EE8822DCFD411AAA1000629D56ADC0B80A2@imp01.newgenpay.com>
To: <xml-encryption@w3.org>, <w3c-ietf-xmldsig@w3.org>
Hi all, 

1. Thanks to all that already sent comments!
2. Sorry for not making it clearer, but, I think it is not worth your
time sending comments on the article, since it is the old version. I'll
post it later it as a chapter form (Notes in this page) (it's not done
yet and I have some more pressing things so it may take few weeks). The
article to be published has already been substantially improved both by
the DDJ team and myself, but for that final version you'll probably have
to read DDJ, since (1) I'm not sure it's Ok for me to post it and (2)
some of the editing and final changes (including some meaningful for the
XML Encrypt group reflecting recent discussions) were only on PDF
versions which I cannot edit... 

I'll add a comment in the site. 

3. Several complained about my use of backslash \ in the filenames
instead of slash / . Well I'm a bit  puzzled by now, in my configuration
(Windows and IE I'm afraid) both work fine, but I changed them all to \
due to some previous complaint... There must be some way which works for

Best regards, 
Amir Herzberg

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Amir Herzberg 
> Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2001 6:53 PM
> To: xml-encryption@w3.org; w3c-ietf-xmldsig@w3.org
> Subject: xml security lecture / paper / chapter
> Dear all, 
> I've prepared a lecture on XML security, describing XML Encryption and
> DSIG, as part of my course (and future book) on `secure communication
> and commerce using cryptography`. You are most welcome to 
> look at it (as
> well as the other lectures and draft chapters of the book) 
> available at
> the course site, http://www.cs.tau.ac.il/~ah. 
> Comments and suggestions will be received gladly, esp. on the XML
> security lecture, for which I may have enough time to improve before
> giving it. 
> BTW, a very initial version on the chapter on XML security is also in
> the site; it is actually the basis for an article to be published soon
> in DDJ. I hope you'll like it (I planned to send it around 
> for comments
> but never got around to it, sorry). Comments of course will help me
> improve the book version and are highly appreciated. 
> Best regards, 
> Amir Herzberg
Received on Sunday, 2 December 2001 04:06:03 UTC

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