[dns-operations] .TH signed

David Conrad drc at virtualized.org
Wed Apr 8 19:51:28 UTC 2009


On Apr 8, 2009, at 9:22 AM, Edward Lewis wrote:
> I'll emphasize this - I do not say "don't do TARs."  Have fun, do  
> it. But we are now seeing operational failures about once a week.   
> And this is while "experts" and promoters of DNSSEC are spending  
> cycles on it.  That is what bothers me, not the concept of TARs (or  
> whatever they are called now).

At this stage of the game, operational failures are a good thing as  
they impact (relatively) few people.  Where I personally get a bit  
twitchy is when I see the terms "full production" being bandied about  
-- there's a reason the ITAR is explicitly "beta". I also get a bit  
nervous when end users are exposed to these services without their  
knowledge, but that's probably because I don't like getting yelled  
at.  However, with that said, I think it a positive thing that we're  
kicking DNSSEC's tires at this point (even if we're actually kicking  
the training wheels).


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