[dns-operations] conspiracy theories?

T.Suzuki tss at reflection.co.jp
Tue Apr 22 03:34:27 UTC 2008

On Mon, 21 Apr 2008 18:00:33 -0700
Kim Davies <kim.davies at icann.org> wrote:

> On 21/04/2008, at 5:39 PM, T.Suzuki wrote:
> > For example, AC,IO,SH,TM were in dangerous state for several years.
> > In some years, AC and IANA did not know this problem.
> > Then, IANA should have known it in Aug 2005.
> > Finally, the mistake was corrected in May 2007.
> >
> > Is this a conspiracy ?
> > ;-)
> I'm not quite sure what kind of conspiracy this would suggest...

Edward Lewis said. Not me. :-)

> As perhaps sub-optimal as it may be to some, IANA does not proactively  
> change root zone delegations if it notices a mismatch or error in a  
> delegation. We are reliant on top-level domain operators to confirm  
> timely updates to delegation data with us. Many TLD operators have  
> expressed a strong view that it is in their prerogative how they  
> configure their authorities, and IANA's role should be limited to  
> performing a minimal set of technical tests only when change requests  
> are being evaluated.

I see. Thank you. 
So, I only said,
>> We should not believe the management of TLDs and root.


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