Have you got an opinion on .mm? Last December (when Vint and I did exchange
notes on getting India to allow relief workers into the Andaman and Nicobar
Islands, and some British embassy in Baghdad guy who wanted to get .iq for
the Occupation regime-de-jour) it so happened that all their servers (in the
UK, which isn't part of Burma, or Burma Shave, or ...) were dark.
If those facts were present today, would you be ready to delta dot?
Have you got an opinion on .mm? Last December it so happened that
> all their servers (in the UK, which isn't part of Burma, or Burma
> Shave, or ...) were dark. If those facts were present today, would
> you be ready to delta dot?
My inclination has been to solve problems rather than burn things down...
Changing the root doesn't solve the problem of all someone's servers being
down. Getting a useful (first priority: up, second priority: in and by
the country of service) set of servers into the root does solve the
I think that we (PCH) and ICANN, and RIPE, and Randy Bush, among many
others, have all put quite a bit of work into trying to see that happen.
Starting over doesn't build a better system, just a less trusted one.