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  1. Multi-Signer DNSSEC Models approved as RFC

    The Multi-Signer DNSSEC Models draft that I've been working on for the past couple of years, has been approved by the IESG (Internet Engineering Steering Group - the overall management arm of the IETF).

    The approval announcement can be seen here: https://mailarchive.ietf.org/arch/msg/ietf-announce/F3RtV_72iUvdoAOv_LgN3aeIWx0/.

    The document …

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  2. NS1 Press Release on Multi-Signer DNSSEC

    DNS Company, NS1 today issued a press release on their collaboration with Salesforce (my employer) on the specification and implementation of Multi-Signer DNSSEC, and which has a quotation from me:


    This is about a specification I've been working on for a while now, mostly in …

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  3. Arecibo Observatory

    I'm in Puerto Rico for the DNS-OARC Workshop and ICANN 61 meeting. Yesterday, with some conference friends, we visited the world famous Arecibo Observatory. From it's completion in 1963 until about mid-2016, it was the world's largest radio telescope (at which time it was overtaken by the Aperture Spherical Telescope …

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  4. Srimongol Village visit

    We visited (completely unannounced) a small village in Srimongol, Bangladesh on this day. The locals (and especially the kids) were delighted to see us. And one of the young girls, Jasmin, even invited us into their family's home to sit down with them for a bit.

    Here's a short video …

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  5. Qname Minimization talk

    Originally hosted on storify (which shut down), this is a collection of social media references to my talk on DNS Query-Name Minimization at the May 2015 DNS-OARC Workshop in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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