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Krixano krixano at protonmail.com

Mon Dec 13 20:38:12 GMT 2021

And the argument that this cannot be desired in the spec because the spec would explicitly state so is a non-argument. People can easily make mistakes or not think about how their words might be against what they intended to say, which is why intention behind words is more important then the actual words - and hence why overly-literal interpretations are in fact *interpretations* and not just reading what was written.

Again, I was never against making the spec more explicit and up to par with what was intended. What I am for is not judging implementations for using an intended design of the protocol (even if it's not in the spec!) when a spec isn't even final yet.

Christian Seibold

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