[dns-operations] Hall of DNS Shame (?)

Ondřej Surý ondrej.sury at nic.cz
Tue Jan 24 21:42:42 UTC 2017


I think that would be a fine start. Would it be ok, to open such experimental repository under gh dns-oarc group?

And yes, I would give it mellow name as the main benefit would be for DNS Resolver implementors not having to invent the same workaround :).


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----- Original Message -----
> From: "jerry" <jerry at dns-oarc.net>
> To: "Ondřej Surý" <ondrej.sury at nic.cz>
> Cc: "dns-operations" <dns-operations at dns-oarc.net>
> Sent: Tuesday, 24 January, 2017 21:53:42
> Subject: Re: [dns-operations] Hall of DNS Shame (?)

> Hi Ondrej,
> On 01/24/17 13:46, Ondřej Surý wrote:
>> I've been thinking lately (after seeing all the DNS protocol violations)
>> that a collaborative list of all DNS protocol violations in the wild
>> might be beneficial to both DNS implementors and also to increase a
>> pressure on those operators to fix their issues.
>> Perhaps we can have such list at some neutral place like DNS-OARC?
> Sounds like an excellent idea (but maybe call it something more pk).
> How about a repository? (GitHub) to;
> - Manage the list in (for example) Markdown
> - Have a group of maintainers manage the changes and pull requests to
> keep the layout sane
> - For people that don't want to document it directly with a pull request
> they could just make issues
> - Sync it all to the website and optionally apply a template.
> Cheers,
> Jerry

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