> From: Alex Bligh
>
> Sorry, question incorrectly posed. How much of a perceived problem is
> lack of signing of the root zone? IE if a magic wand was waved and the
> root zone suddenly signed, how much of the problem would that fix?


i predict that 50 or so CCTLDs would sign within six months, and that COM
would be signed within two years. i suppose it's saying something about
the real expectations that those are optimistic "magic wand" numbers.

> I think my question is then "is making other arrangements actually that
> hard technically?..."


no. DLV works today. its problem, similar to the two-query approach's
problem, is that it won't scale to the size of the internet and the lifetime
of our grandchildren's grandchildren. for that, we need roy arends' DLVPTR.

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