[dns-operations] Email is hard (was Re: Operational message: DNS root zone KSK rollover to occur on October 11, 2017 at 1600 UTC)

John Franklin franklin at sentaidigital.com
Fri Sep 15 18:20:17 UTC 2017

Better twice than not at all.  Thanks for the notice.


> On Sep 15, 2017, at 11:52 AM, Matt Larson <matt.larson at icann.org> wrote:
> Sorry for the duplicates: there were unanticipated interactions between ICANN's and DNS-OARC's mail servers. My troubleshooting process was not unlike this:
> An mechanical engineer, physicist, and computer programmer are in a car driving down a steep mountain when the brakes fail. The car careens around bends picking up speed until they finally reach the bottom and the car rolls to a stop.
> The engineer hops out of the car and begins inspecting the brakes for the source of the failure. The physicist grabs a pad of paper and starts calculating the maximum angular momentum and friction coefficients.
> The computer programmer looks at the car, then at the mountain and says, "Let's push it up to the top and see if it happens again."
> Matt

John Franklin
franklin at sentaidigital.com

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