o When a top-level name is used as a means either of marking the rest of a Domain Name for resolution using a protocol other than DNS, or is used for resolution of names with no global meaning, not all software that processes such names will understand the names' special meanings. Consequently, any such use results in queries for those names being sent to authoritative servers.
On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 6:10 PM, John R Levine <jo...@taugh.com> wrote: > Section 4.1.2 of the tldr document actually says almost exactly what you >> said in your four-pronged strategy, but without the pejorative bit. >> > > I just looked at it again, and don't see anything about the toxic waste > names. Since they're the ones that are hard, I really think we need to > call them out. Feel free to come up with a different metaphor if you don't > like the one about a part of the DNS space that's too polluted to use. > > R's, > John >
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