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Re: (ITS#6151) Update cosine.schema to RFC 4524
Kurt Zeilenga wrote:
> obsoletes != OBSOLETE, so no. That is, the meaning of the term
> 'obsolete' is quite different in these two contexts.
> The latter context the term is defined as follows: The OBSOLETE field, if
> present, indicates the element is not active.
I agree that OBSOLETE should not be set in this case.
> For user application attribute types, whether the type is active or not is,
> I think, best left to the schema administrator.
Who is the schema administrator? I'm nitpicking here because on the OpenLDAP
lists we all keep telling OpenLDAP admins not to mess with the standard schema
at all. IMO this includes setting OBSOLETE.