>>>>> "Dragos" == Dragos Ruiu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
Dragos> Not only is it NOT solid according to past record....
So I suppose the 10-12,000 DNS queries that get answered every second
by a.root-servers.net or the ~5,000/second that f.root-servers.net
answers are handled by something that isn't solid. Or the overwhelming
number of DNS lookups on the internet go to something that isn't
solid. I see. You have a rather strange perception of solid.
Dragos> As a response to Mr. Vixie: Yes, bind9.1, the proprietary,
Dragos> commercial, closed source software version of named by the
This nonsense is so ridiculous that it must be corrected immediately.
BIND9.1 is not any of these things. Go to ftp.isc.org and pick up the
source code (blatant hint #1) and read the copyright (blatant hint #2).
After you've done that, kindly retract the above remarks publicly.
BIND is and always will be open-source and freely available. The ISC
could not be legally constituted as a not-for-profit institution if
that wasn't the case.