[dns-operations] Live-streaming the Root Zone Key-Signing Key Ceremony 22
warren at kumari.net
Thu Aug 13 15:15:24 UTC 2015
On Wed, Aug 12, 2015 at 11:23 PM, Kim Davies <kim.davies at icann.org> wrote:
>>>> The approach we took back during the DURZ era was to send progress updates
>>>> regularly (to tens of thousands of list subscribers) for reasons of operational
>>>> relevance, but then to invite people to join a specific announcement list for
>>>> future, more routine ceremonies.
>> I'm on that list; the last pre-announcement was for KSK Ceremony 19,
>> last November, with 8 days notice. There's no notice for Ceremony 20,
>> just an after-the-fact mail of the materials. For 21, there was two
>> months notice. For 22, one day's notice.
>> I've just checked the mailman list archives, in case messages went
>> astray. Nope, I have them all.
>> So while the intent seems good, Warren and Matthew's points remain valid
>> as there was no advance notice this time and the behaviour is wildly
> We are probably suffering a little bit from having too many lists. We maintain a different list, root-ksk-ceremony,
Ah. Well, there we go then... this seems to be *exactly* what I was
looking for -- seeing as there were a number of folk also kvetching
about the lack of announcements, I'm guessing other folk also didn't
know about this list...
For easy signup:
root-ksk-ceremony at icann.org
> and we sent 3-, 2- and 1-month notices for this coming ceremony there on May 13th, June 15th, and July 17th respectively.
Perfect. Thank you.
> For future ceremonies we will make a point to send these to root-dnssec-announce also, and if the members here want them sent to this list too as well we can do that also. I don’t want to flood operational or announcement lists with too many notifications, particularly for routine events like these, given there is probably a lot of overlap of membership and interest in it is likely fairly limited.
Yup - I think that those who care can subscribe to root-ksk-ceremony.
If you also send a "This is happening today / tomorrow" email, perhaps
jsut include a pointer to root-ksk-ceremony ?
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I don't think the execution is relevant when it was obviously a bad
idea in the first place.
This is like putting rabid weasels in your pants, and later expressing
regret at having chosen those particular rabid weasels and that pair
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