[dns-operations] DEV TLD?

George Michaelson ggm at apnic.net
Fri Sep 11 13:41:46 UTC 2015

I don't want to over-egg the downside. I applaud doing useful things and
this is probably useful, but I think you'd want to be mindful of the
dependency chain down deep (internet) time you make, doing this kind of

It might be better (albiet more painful in startup cost) to discuss how to
converge this kind of information with the registry model we have in IANA
so we can say 'if and when things change status, the same place tells us'


On 11 September 2015 at 10:19, Tony Finch <dot at dotat.at> wrote:

> George Michaelson <ggm at apnic.net> wrote:
> > The experience from routing is that bogon/golden lists are a weapon where
> > the recoil is every bit as dangerous as the projectile.
> True, but we are not trying to list unallocated address space but rather
> addresses that are reserved. It's basically RFC 5735 and RFC 5156.
> I have actually gone further than that and listed most IPv6 space as
> bogons based on
> http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv6-address-space/ipv6-address-space.xhtml
> (But that page seems slightly wrong to me: RFC 4291 does not reserve all
> those address blocks; RFC 3513 says most of them should be "unassigned").
> I'm willing to agree that this might not be wise in the long run :-)
> Tony.
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