> I don't have a reality suspension field in effect on this topic. I
> was simply disputing the claim that complying with the
> List-Unsubscribe RFC constitutes "hiding" of those details.
It's not deliberate, let alone malicious, but it does conceal the
details from the user's view, both in current practice (where few MUAs
-- at least weighted by user count -- implement reasonable handling of
those headers) and in reasonable implementations of the RFC (as in the
part of my post that you snipped).
> I don't claim MLMs are broken in this regard, but I do think some
> more modern thinking by all components is in order.
I agree, and have no objection to advocacy, or to RFCs that take
advantage of more modern thinking. But that's very different from
arguing that a defect in the DKIM RFC is really a problem of the