[dns-operations] New subscribers
kim.davies at icann.org
Fri Dec 17 18:13:08 UTC 2010
I'm neither Joe nor Dave, didn't work at Afilias or RIPE NCC or ISC, and certainly don't live in the freezing tundra they willingly expose themselves to. But I do work at ICANN.
Today my responsibility is for various aspects of the what is considered the IANA. That primarily involves managing what goes in a small uncontroversial zone that holds just shy of 300 delegations, a task that has sometimes been equated to editing a spreadsheet. Previously meddled with setting up a ccTLD manager (auDA), a peering point (WAIX), and then spent the last few years slowly circumnavigating the globe to work in Austria, Belgium and now the US.
On 17/12/2010, at 10:01 AM, Joe Abley wrote:
> On 2010-12-16, at 21:09, Dave Knight wrote:
>> I'm Dave, I work in the DNS group at ICANN, we run L-root, manage the root zone key signing key, and run a bunch of other zones and servers in support of both ICANNs and the Internets infrastructure. Previously I ran the DNS group at Afilias (.org, .info, etc), and prior to that I've done DNS at ISC (F-root) and RIPE NCC (K-root).
> +1, except that I'm Joe, not Dave, and I've never worked at the RIPE NCC.
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