Re: [DNSOP] DNS Camel Viewer

Matthijs Mekking <matthijs@pletterpet.nl> Mon, 26 March 2018 08:17 UTC

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Nice viewer :)

What immediately catches my eye is that the DNSSEC RFCs 4033-4034-4035 
are a Proposed Standard, and RFC 5011 is an Internet Standard. In fact, 
RFC 5011 is the only DNSSEC Internet Standard. That can't be right, 
right? :)

Matthijs



On 24-03-18 17:51, bert hubert wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> 
> [tl;dr, check out https://powerdns.org/dns-camel/ ]
> 
> As a first step in attempting to not only whine about a glut of DNS
> standards, I've made an easy to update viewer of all DNS relevant standards.
> 
> The good news is, if we filter out obsoleted, historical, informational and
> BCP documents, we are left with a lot less pages. The bad news is, 1403
> pages remain.
> 
> I took the set of RFCs from https://www.isc.org/community/rfcs/dns/ and
> augmented this with the recent RFCs published by DNSOP and DPRIVE.
> 
> The page is on https://powerdns.org/dns-camel/ - it is a bit slow to load
> because it sources the 12MB IETF XML file describing all RFCs. It should do
> this only once and then be fast.
> 
> The goal is to augment this view with all drafts that are currently active,
> so we can also see "what is coming".
> 
> If you know of RFCs that should or should not be on the list, please edit
> dns-rfcs.js on https://github.com/ahupowerdns/dns-camel/
> 
> It is my hope that this view will be helpful in determining:
> 
> 1) What to obsolete
> 2) The "must read" list for:
> 	a) stub resolvers
> 	b) dns caches / resolvers
> 	c) authoritative servers
> 3) The "must not read" list - documents not worth it to obsolete, but
> considered confusing or misguided
> 4) Perhaps take a good look at the drafts we are currently working on
> 
> 	Bert
> 
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