Vixie warns: DNS Changer ‘blackouts’ inevitable

valdis.kletnieks at valdis.kletnieks at
Thu May 24 00:42:18 UTC 2012

On Wed, 23 May 2012 13:09:09 -0700, Leo Bicknell said:

>   "In 1988, while employed by DEC, he started working on the popular
>    internet domain name server BIND, of which he was the primary author and
>    architect, until release 8."
> ISC has spent some effort on properly documenting the history of
> BIND, and the result of that effort is located at:
> You'll note there are two full paragraphs and a dozen folks involved
> before Paul had anything to do with BIND.

One could make the case that the releases before Paul got there weren't
exactly popular - how many DNS servers were in production in 1986? ;)

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