[cabfpub] Ballot 75 and Emergency Ballot 77

Chris Palmer palmer at google.com
Fri Jun 8 23:33:53 UTC 2012

On Fri, Jun 8, 2012 at 4:01 PM, Ben Wilson <ben at digicert.com> wrote:

> On Ballot 75 (allows Non-critical Name Constraints as an exception to RFC 5280 until the Name Constraints extension is supported by Application Software Suppliers whose software is used by a substantial portion of Relying Parties worldwide), the quorum requirement was 8, and we received “Yes” votes from Buypass, SSC, Microsoft, Opera, Symantec, IdenTrust, KEYNECTIS, Entrust, Izenpe, Comodo, Apple, T-Systems, QuoVadis, StartCom, Mozilla, and GlobalSign.  We received a “No” vote from Chunghwa Telecom, and no abstentions.  Therefore, the motion passes.  It can be reviewed here:
> https://www.cabforum.org/wiki/75%20-%20NameConstraints%20criticality%20flag

For the record, Google also voted Yes on 25 May, in a message from
agl at google.com.

Maybe we still have a spam false positive problem. :)

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