Re: DNS: AURSC - Announces Deployment of IPv8

Re: DNS: AURSC - Announces Deployment of IPv8

From: Jean-Christophe Praud <jc.praud§>
Date: Sun, 21 Jun 1998 12:48:17 +0200
Hello from France,

First, let me introduce the company for which I work :

Ludexpress, "creator" of the .WINE TLD.
See for .wine justification.

These sites, and others will be accessible in the .wine zone very
( )

We are now IPv8 G3 (Europe) TLDs zone delegates. Our servers are linked
with IRSC/AURSC alternate root servers.

Making the IRSC "truely International", as claimed on the AURSC web

Now, IPv8 & IRSC are represented in North america, Australia and Europe.
We won't be surprised to see new members in other locations very soon.

Now let's talk about facts :

- TLDs delegation process is underway in Europe. We're looking for
organizations willing to manage G3 TLDs. Already several registries, or
future ones, in the next weeks...

- We are promoting the IRSC to European NICs and ISPs.
=> IRSC is known (if not "officially recognized") by these
organizations, and by others such as the CORE, the RIPE, NSI,
IANA/nIANA, the USG...

- According to AURSC, 20 million internet users can already access to
our alternate DNS.

- IRSC doesn't destroy anything : we just add new TLDs to legacy gTLDs,
ccTLDs and other alternate gTLDs.

To access all that new Internet wealth, DNS servers configuration is
EASY AND NON-DISRUPTIVE. So why don't you all test it, as users or
providers, before judging it ???

As some people from this list pointed it, we could have "created" TLDs
on a whim, for jokes, or anything else : but we didn't.

All TLDs are administered/created/replaced under consensus with
"neighbor nets" partners. Uncentral administration, as the Internet as a
whole should be managed, on a bottom-up basis...

Best regards,

Jean-Christophe PRAUD - LUDEXPRESS     3:213 WINE
Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu n'gah Bill R'lyeh Wgah'nagl fhtagn
Received on Sun Jun 21 1998 - 21:21:30 UTC

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