Re: [DNSOP] DNSOPMoving forward on draft-ietf-dnsop-private-tld

Michael StJohns <msj@nthpermutation.com> Sun, 01 August 2021 22:04 UTC

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Subject: Re: [DNSOP] DNSOPMoving forward on draft-ietf-dnsop-private-tld
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Actually, maybe there should be a general document "DNS Squatting 
Considered Harmful"?   I personally don't see any real difference 
between squatting on "onion" vs squatting on "zz" except that we ended 
up with a ex post facto approval of .onion.   And that AIRC was a near 
thing.

So maybe:

1) The IETF and/or ICANN will not allocate any of the 2 letter country 
codes as TLDs unless and until that code is allocated to a country by ISO.
2) Any one squatting on unassigned codes should not expect remediation 
from either the IETF or ICANN if that code is later allocated to a country.
3) As a general matter TLDs of any form unassigned by ICANN should not 
be used for private use.  Please pursue a special assignment via the 
IETF asking for concurrence from ICANN. Other language about how the 
assignment might not occur, might occur, but not for the purpose 
requested, etc.

Mike



On 8/1/2021 5:50 PM, Roy Arends wrote:
>> On 30 Jul 2021, at 23:34, Wes Hardaker <wjhns1@hardakers.net> wrote:
>>
>> Roy Arends <roy@dnss.ec> writes:
>>
>>> Essentially, instead of making the pond safe, we’ll have a warning
>>> sign that using the pond is at their own risk.
>> The wording of said warning sign is the critical element, IMHO.
>> Certainly my support of the document greatly depends on said wording.
> Sure.
>
>> In the end, there should be a goal behind why we want to publish
>> something.  If that goal is "know people do this.  don't do this.
>> please stop", then that may be a reasonable goal.  If we're just going
>> to document history, without recommendations (to stop), then I think it
>> may bring more harm than good.
> IMHO, we should document that people do this, and that there are risks when people do this, and document what these risks are.
>
> Warmly
>
> Roy
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