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Certificate Management over CMS (CMC) Updates

Note: This ballot was opened for revision 05 and is now closed.

Summary: Needs a YES. Needs 8 more YES or NO OBJECTION positions to pass.

Stephen Farrell

Comment (2011-09-06 for -)

Doesn't the new change subject name thing require a new security
consideration? E.g. if an RA says it'd like a new cert renaming
stephen.farrell to *  I think just a sentence saying
that the RA and CA need to ensure that both the new and old names
adhere to any relevant policies/practices would do fine.

There may be a case for also making the general point as well
that CAs MUST check names are according to policy/practice
as well, but even if so, the new name change thing should
also get a mention I reckon.

But that can all be done in one sentence so it should be easy.

[Adrian Farrel]

Comment (2011-09-05 for -)

I have not done a detailed review of this document and will trust that the
Security ADs have done.

I am somewhat puzzled by...
   This document contains a new IANA considerations section to be added
   to [RFC5273] as part of this update.

Section 3.2 says...
   Reference: [ RFC-to-be ]
...and I assume that means *this* document.

So the new IANA section is as a result of 5273, but not part of it.

[Dan Romascanu]

Comment (2011-09-08 for -08)

1. I believe that this format of defining in one RFC updates for other 3 RFCs
is quite difficult to read and follow.

2. - In section 2.5. New Section 6.20 RA Identity Proof Witness control:

"Identity Proof Version 2" should be "Identity Proof Version 2 control" if I'm

[Peter Saint-Andre]

Comment (2011-09-06 for -)

I concur with Wesley Eddy's comment, especially given the scope of changes to
RFC 5272.

[Russ Housley]

Comment (2011-09-06 for -08)

Please consider the editorial comments from the Gen-ART Review by
  Elwyn Davies on 5 September 2011.

[Wesley Eddy]

Comment (2011-09-01 for -)

I don't have any problem with this if the WG and people implementing from it
are happy with it, but it does seem that the format as just a collection of the
changes rather than a stand-alone document to be possibly confusing and
error-prone to work from.  However, if the real stakeholders are happy with it,
then that's all that matters, I guess.