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Shepherd writeup

1) This document is being requests as Informational and is so noted.


Technical Summary

This document describes a method to allow DNS operators to more
   easily update DNSSEC Key Signing Keys using the DNS as communication
   channel.  The technique described is aimed at delegations in which it
   is currently hard to move information from the child to parent.

Working Group Summary

During the cycle of this document, there was much discussion on this method not
being the only method to update this information. There was debate that the WG
should wait to see what the Registrars will do in communicating with gTLDs. 
There was rough consensus within the group, but also from the chairs, that each
method can be described and documented in a RFC, if we felt the method would be

There were many iterations during WGLC, but mostly surrounding the wording, An
additional Appendix section was added.

Tim Wicinski is the Document Shepherd and Joel Jaeggli is the Responsible Area

The Document Shepherd did a thorough editorial and technical review of the
document, and resolved any issues brought up during WGLC

The Document Shepherd does not have any concerns about the depth or breath of
the reviews.  They were detailed and far ranging.

6) The Shepherd has no concerns for this document.

7)  All Authors have not problems conforming with BCP 78.

8) No IPR disclosure has been filed.

9) The Working Group consensus is very solid, and seemed to get stronger as the
document went through the editorial cycle.

10) N/A

11) The document references the document draft-ietf-dnsop-dnssec-key-timing,
which had been approved for publication but never followed through on, and is
shown to be expired.

Additionally, the document references RFC2119 key word "NOT RECOMMENDED"
without referencing it.

(12) N/A

13) yes.

(14)  N/A

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(17)  N/A