We can use someone like zoneedit.com for the primary, and then have a bunch
of secondaries.....I'm sure there's lots of us who could do secondary dns
for this. I've used zoneedit for several years now - flawlessly. First 5
domains are free - so that shouldn't be a problem.
On 9/26/06 10:56 AM, "Justizin" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 9/26/06, Jens Vagelpohl <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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>> On 26 Sep 2006, at 14:40, Martijn Faassen wrote:
>>> We're currently investigating mechanisms by which we (as the
>>> community) can manage the nameserver for zope.org - a requirement
>>> to bring namespaces.zope.org into being. We're also trying to
>>> figure out what could be listening on the other end.
>> If DNS is a bottleneck I volunteer to host the zope.org zone on my
>> colocated servers (ns1.dataflake.org as primary, ns1.zetwork.com as
>> secondary). The data center they are in (in Richmond/VA) has
>> redundant internet connectivity and a sterling uptime record for
>> their network.
> We should totally figure out a solution for this. I also have
> resources available to host DNS.
> I am a volunteer for the Association for Computing Machinery, and we
> are beginning to use Zope and Plone pretty significantly. Perhaps we
> wouldn't mind owning this zone. We currently have no DNS management
> tool, but I have the source code to an old one laying around I could
> ressurect, ugly as it may be.
> One reason I like the idea of the ACM hosting this zone is that we are
> probably going to stick around, so Zope.org won't be likely to fall by
> the wayside. Perhaps we could devise a system whereby several
> organizations provide NS records for zope.org and replicate, either
> via AXFR or otherwise.
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