[dns-operations] When TLDs have apex A records

David Conrad drc at virtualized.org
Sun Jul 5 17:52:17 UTC 2009

On Jul 3, 2009, at 6:02 PM, Randy Bush wrote:
> when you do something stupid such as opening up the root to a mass of
> gtlds so lawyers, slime, sharks, and sheep are [...]

Can you send text describing the objective tests that can be used to  
separate these folks from those that would propose the non-stupid  
gtlds so the non-lawyer, non-slime, non-shark, and non-sheep can  
obtain virtuous top-level domains?

>> I'd observe that the people who are affected by wildcards at the top
>> level aren't generally the people in the zone.  How are you going to
>> get the informed consent of people who make typos?
> so you don't much like the document?

Err, which?  The IAB one or the SSAC one?

> occasionally wildcard high in the tree are useful.

Cross-protocol examples?


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