[ppml] Nasty business with 2003-3
bicknell at ufp.org
Thu Feb 12 11:33:47 EST 2004
In a message written on Thu, Feb 12, 2004 at 08:57:55AM -0700, Alec H. Peterson wrote:
> 2) The definition of 'street address' (IMO) is sufficiently ambiguous to
> allow an ISP to not provide any localizing information.
There is evidence that it was not intended to be ambiguous:
However, it's all a bit of a moot point now. There are two things that
need to be take-aways from this exercise:
* If you specifiy what should, or should not be in databases like whois
use the field names that already exist in the database, exactly. That
"Street Address" is not a field. Please say "Address:" field, or
"Address:" + "City:" + "StateProv:" + "PostalCode:" + "Country:"
* If you don't like it, take the existing 2003-3, change it to specify
fields, and reintroduce it. Slightly annoying, but it's how our
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