"Keith Moore" is the author and co-author of several
Internet Engineering Task Force/IETF
Request for comments/RFCs related to the MIME
and SMTP protocols for electronic mail, among others:
*RFC 1870, defining a mechanism to allow SMTP clients and servers to avoid transferring messages so large that they will be rejected;
*RFC 2017, defining a (rarely implemented) means to allow MIME messages to contain attachments whose actual contents are referenced by a Uniform Resource Locator/URL;
*RFC 2047 amended by RFC 2231, defining a mechanism to allow non-ASCII characters to be encoded in text portions of a message header (but not in email addresses);
*RFC 3461 obsoleting RFC 1891,
*RFC 3463 obsoleting RFC 1893,
*RFC 3464 obsoleting RFC 1894, which together define a standard mechanism for reporting of delivery failures or successes in Internet email; and
*RFC 3834, standards for processes that automatically respond to electronic mail.
He has also written or co-written RFCs on other topics, including
*RFC 2964, Use of HTTP State Management (recommending constraints on the use of "HTTP Cookie/cookies" to address privacy concerns);
*RFC 3205, On the use of HTTP as a Substrate (discussing the use of HTTP as a layer underneath other protocols); andMore Keith Moore on Wikipedia.
In Cuenca, Ecuador's third largest city, bus transportation is a vital lifeline for many of its citizens. The municipalities in Ecuador are proactive in their deployment of new technologies that enhance core services. The selection of Panther Trak as the GPS device of choice is further evidence of the market acceptance of our technology and we anticipate additional orders for similar uses.Keith Moore