Re: [sig-dns]progressing the APNIC Lame DNS sweep proposal
- To: George Michaelson <ggm at apnic dot net>
- Subject: Re: [sig-dns]progressing the APNIC Lame DNS sweep proposal
- From: Edward Lewis <edlewis at arin dot net>
- Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2003 09:52:46 -0400
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I would like to let you know of another resource. Patrik Faltstrom has a mailing list called "dns-cleaning at paf dot se" that was set up to help define what is meant by lame. There is little traffic on that list, however.All these efforts do not yet share a common methodology, or basis for defining what is lame-ness, and which aspects of a lame DNS entry justify having that entry removed from the global DNS.
If I can get a chance, I'll seek out archives.
Also, I am preparing a slide set for the DNS WG meeting at RIPE (in three weeks). The slides are centering on other engineering issues we are noticing within ARIN, this slide set is different from what Ray presented in SF (and what I repeated in Memphis).
Edward Lewis +1-703-227-9854
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