[ntp:hackers] Protocol specification modification for MS-SNTP
stenn at ntp.org
Thu Jul 9 19:16:32 UTC 2009
I just wanted to mention that from my POV this discusison seems to point
- ntp needs to be robust and support a bunch of things.
- different people will want to disable/enable various non-default
'configure' choices to meet their local policy needs.
Assuming the above is true, it means:
- we need to be sure that NTP *can* handle the needs of as much of its
userbase as possible
- we must strive to make implementing these non-default 'configure'
choices as clear and painless as possible
and what we are discussing are the pros/cons (or costs/benefits) of the
various default choices we offer in 'configure' (and sometimes the
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