Re: Bar BOF in Seoul and Mailing List - DNS over HTTP ideas

Patrick McManus <pmcmanus@mozilla.com> Thu, 20 October 2016 17:03 UTC

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Hi All - an update on this:

We're planning an informal Bar BOF on this topic Tuesday night in Seoul.
The place is TBD - but I'll reply to this mail as we get closer with the
detail. Just hold the place on your dance-card.

If you haven't joined the list, there is some good discussion there and
even a draft (thanks Paul and Joe!) - check it out on the archives.

-Patrick


On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 11:22 AM, Patrick McManus <pmcmanus@mozilla.com>
wrote:

> Hi All -
>
> DNS over HTTP comes up again and again - each time the context is a bit
> different. Some efforts try and extract information from the DNS via HTTP,
> others try and modify the DNS information via HTTP, others try and use HTTP
> as a tunnel for the DNS protocol, and still others aim to integrate DNS
> information directly into the HTTP protocol stack. Along the way there are
> firewalls, caches, markup languages, content-encodings, half solutions,
> security challenges, and other dragons.
>
> Someone made the excellent suggestion that we try and get a broad set of
> expertise here - both from the folks that understand DNS, the folks that
> are more experienced with HTTP, as well as the folks well versed in
> interfaces together to build a more complete set of requirements and after
> that's done we can make a gut check on whether that's a problem we want to
> solve together.
>
> Let's hold an informal bar-bof in Seoul (time and place TBD) on the topic
> and see if we can get critical mass together for the effort - we can
> discuss forums/etc for this work along the way - but I'm most interested to
> see if we can get the attention of the diverse set of folks necessary to
> make it succeed.
>
> There is a new list as a way to prepare for that meetup.
>
> List address: dnsoverhttp@ietf.org
> Archive: https://mailarchive.ietf.org/arch/search/?email_list=dnsoverhttp
> To subscribe: https://www.ietf.org/mailman/listinfo/dnsoverhttp
>
> I know some folk are working in this space already - please join
> dnsoverhttp and share what you're working on (or have worked on in the past
> and lessons learned from it)
>
> Thanks!
> -Patrick
>
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