Re: [nscp] Updating zone *content* in-scope or not? (Was: Welcome (and proposed charter)

Paul Hoffman <paul.hoffman@vpnc.org> Thu, 16 September 2010 15:35 UTC

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Subject: Re: [nscp] Updating zone *content* in-scope or not? (Was: Welcome (and proposed charter)
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At 3:01 PM +0200 9/16/10, Stephane Bortzmeyer wrote:
>On Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 02:57:35PM -0400,
> Jeffrey Hutzelman <jhutz@cmu.edu>; wrote
> a message of 64 lines which said:
>
>> IMHO, zone content management certainly should be in scope.
>
>-1 for a practical reason: we already have several good ways to update
>zone content and two are standard and use the DNS (RFC 2136 and
>5936).

Aren't those only applicable when the zone admin is also running a DNS server, brings it up to date, and then tells the DNS admin to synchronize? And aren't there *many* other deployment scenarios for DNS content?

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