[dns-operations] Hello from the dns.watch project!

Ken Peng ops at dnsbed.com
Sun Aug 17 02:32:13 UTC 2014

Thanks for the info.
I have two another questions,

1st, does the .watch tld owned by your company fully?
2nd, do you provide the security filter as OpenDNS does?

在 2014-08-16 06:34,German Hoeffner 写道:
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> Hello everyone!
> First of all, a short introduction of myself: My name is German 
> Hoeffner
> and I'm working for companies in the hosting sector. One of those
> companies is Ideal-Hosting which I am also a shareholder of.
> Ideal-Hosting UG (haftungsbeschränkt) is a hosting company located in
> Germany, which has (fortunately) very strict data privacy law. We're
> involved in many projects which we think the "Internet community"
> benefits of.
> I've recently been informed that dns.watch was discussed on this 
> mailing
> list some time ago. I went through the archive thread (which you can
> find here:
> https://lists.dns-oarc.net/pipermail/dns-operations/2014-July/011948.html)
> and noticed that there are some open questions.
> Q: Who is operating DNS.WATCH?
> A: Ideal-Hosting is operating the DNS.WATCH Project as a not-for-profit
> project. It's important to us that the users and people who are
> interested in the project know who is running DNS.WATCH and that they
> can reach us in case any they have any questions or issues with our 
> service.
> Q: Why are the resolvers slow from certain locations?
> A: While we're operating an excellent network in Frankfurt, Germany,
> we're not anycasted (yet). We already have specific plans on anycasting
> the resolvers and it should go live later this year. However, we will
> continue to offer explicit Germany only resolver addresses, as this is
> important for some people.
> Q: Why is DNSSEC not enabled on dns.watch
> A: It is currently not possible for us to set DNSSEC (DS) entries with
> the domain api of our registrar. As soon as this is possible, we'll
> start using DNSSEC.
> Thanks again for all the suggestions and comments on the first thread.
> We take all feedback serious, as you can see we've now enabled mail on
> the domain as well.
> Questions, anyone?
> - --
> Sincerely,
> German Hoeffner
> DNS.WATCH Administrator
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