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Re: Critical bits and notations
On Tue, May 10, 2005 at 09:28:36PM -0700, "Hal Finney" wrote:
> In my opinion, the critical bit on a notation packet should mean
> that the implementation needs to recognize that particular notation,
> not just notation packets in general. Otherwise we would have no way
> of expressing the requirement that the particular notation packet be
That makes good sense, and I agree. However, the text in the draft
doesn't exactly say this (and rather implies the opposite).
I suggest adding this sentence (or similar) to the end of section
126.96.36.199. Notation Data:
When used on a notation subpacket, the critical bit refers to that
particular notation, and not to notation subpackets in general.