[whatwg] keygen [was: Re: Headings and sections, role of H2-H6]
jgraham at opera.com
Sat May 1 12:49:25 PDT 2010
On Sat, 1 May 2010, Nikita Popov wrote:
> I do not deny, that keygen has it's use cases (the "nobody" was hyperbolic).
> I only think, that the use cases are *very* rare. It is overkill to introduce
> an HTML element therefore. It would be much more sane to provide a JS API (as
> Janos proposed.) [I would do it myself, but I have only very little knowledge
> on encryption.]
No one is "introducing" anything. It has already existed for years. We can
either document it or force new entrants to the market to reverse engineer
it on thier own. document reality rather than ignoring it is oe of the
fundamental purposes of this effort.
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