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Re: whois broke again?
Rodney Joffe wrote: > On the other hand, I believe that there *is* an overwhelming public > interest issue as far as typical whois type data is concerned. The > ability to reach responsible parties during network events like DOS > attacks, bogus announcements, domain failures, spam runs, etc. are > necessary. >... > So, a fundamental decision has to be made: > > Is it important for parties that control DNS data (domain names and > address space) that are connected to "the network" to be identifiable to > the community at large, and reachable? It is important. > If so, a replacement rfc needs to be developed. A replacement for what? Don't we already have plenty of documents describing the protocols? Are you referring to a BCP? WSimpson@UMich.edu Key fingerprint = 17 40 5E 67 15 6F 31 26 DD 0D B9 9B 6A 15 2C 32