[dns-operations] recoil was - Re: DEV TLD?

Edward Lewis edward.lewis at icann.org
Fri Sep 11 14:04:51 UTC 2015

IOW - GGM -  I agree with you.


On 9/11/15, 9:51, "Edward Lewis" <edward.lewis at icann.org> wrote:

> On 9/11/15, 8:27, "dns-operations on behalf of George Michaelson"
> <dns-operations-bounces at dns-oarc.net on behalf of ggm at apnic.net> wrote:
>> the recoil is every bit as dangerous as the projectile.
> I've worked as a protocol designer/engineer and an operator over the years.  I
> am familiar with various code bases implementing the protocol, some open
> source, some proprietary, some general purpose, some turn key.
> I've seen the DNS as it is operated on the global public Internet.  I am
> familiar with the growing trend of general purpose, open-source
> implementations burning into their code "the way the DNS is used" in the
> global public internet.
> I've seen the DNS operated on distinct inter-networks and in other
> environments.  In those use cases, general purpose, open-source
> implementations with the code burned (as in previous paragraph) are,well, a
> pain.
> There's certainly a need to operate the DNS on the global public Internet
> using general purpose, open source implementations.  If there was a better way
> to separate the management plane from the data plane, people, okay !, would be
> happier.

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