Re: Legitimate and working alternative roots, versus "dnslife.com.".
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com> wrote:[color=blue]
>Richard J. Sexton (At work) <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:[color=green]
>> In article <3F50B8BA.2DD3496F@tesco.net>,
>> Jonathan de Boyne Pollard <J.deBoynePollard@tesco.net> wrote:[color=darkred]
>>>WS> Alt roots [...] will never work for for the masses.
>>>WS> People are just not going to change their root-hints
>>>WS> file to point to non official root servers and that
>>>WS> should not be a recommendation.[/color][/color]
>> Nonsense. If you only want to see a part of the internet then
>> go ahead and use the US government controlled root servers.[/color]
>Internet ( big 'I' ) , it's by definition "what the 13 ietf rootservers say"[/color]
That's a new definition to me.
Who made this definition, and when?
david parsons \bi/ It's certainly one of the dumber definitions I've
\/ ever seen.