Re: [DNSOP] Registry of non-service _prefix names?

Dave Crocker <dhc2@dcrocker.net> Sun, 29 November 2015 16:59 UTC

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On 11/16/2015 12:39 AM, Ray Bellis wrote:
>>From my previous recollection of this, ISTR there was a suggestion that
> your draft only directly register "single-label" names, but with "_tcp",
> "_udp" et al listed in the registry as a link to RFC 6335?


(oops.  missed the need to respond to this.)

It's taken awhile, but I've finally come around to thinking that, yes,
the public registry needs to be only for the 'global' part of any of
these namespaces.  I originally attempted to cover a complete hierarchy
of underscore names, but the term "tar baby" isn't sufficient to impart
how intractable that became.

So in DNS terms, that's the 'highest' underscore name.  Anything below
them is scoped to be invisible to the public concern.


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Dave Crocker
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