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Subject: Re: [NEWSLETTER] [cti] Re: [EXT] [cti] Re: Question about combinatorial extension

Do we have an agreed place in the spec for such best practice guidance?

My guess would be to just put additional text in Section 7 where the extension object is introduced where we already talk about the different types of extension mechanisms the spec supports.

If I get time, I will try to add some color to the combinatorial section in there. Feel free to contribute :-)


> On Oct 12, 2020, at 7:21 AM, Trey Darley <trey.darley@cert.be> wrote:
> Allan gave a concrete example on last week's working call. I agree
> that adding some guidance around recommended practices would be
> helpful. Adding one or more real world examples (along the lines of
> what Allan described on the call) would be equally helpful.
> Cheers,
> Trey
> On 08.10.2020 16:04:01, Paul Patrick wrote:
>> I could definitely see the value when bundling.  I think what we
>> might want to do is provide some guidance around when its best to
>> use each approach, kind of âbest practicesâ.  I suspect that would
>> also help to get people to use the capability in a more consistent
>> manner.
>> Paul Patrick
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