[Dnssec-trigger] does everything have to be so technical?
wouter at NLnetLabs.nl
Thu Oct 27 11:43:04 UTC 2011
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On 10/27/2011 01:00 PM, Daniel Ashford wrote:
> I completed a Diploma of IT (PC & Network Support) a few years ago, so i
> consider myself a technical person, but this mailing list blows me way!
> Can u translate some of the jargon, for those of us who dont use linux,
> and arent natural born programmers??
It is because of DNS. Some users are discussing DNS internals and if
you do not know that base internet protocol well (even if you know Linux
and programming) then it can be hard to follow. The users are
discussing this because the program must be tested :-)
> i htought DNSSEC TRIGGER was for all sorts, not just die hard
> programming types.?
Yes, that is the idea. But I created it recently, we are at 0.6, and
some field-testing of this new toy is required. So, it is very nice to
get informed reports.
I would appreciate if you would use dnssec-trigger. Understand we are
in an experimental phase. If you encounter oddness, please give a
report (and technical details, logs, and system information is just the
thing). Or if it just works, then that report also helps know how good
What jargon would you like explained? The user-interface would be the
first to want to explain. (But understand some of the 'probe errors' in
the probe results will contain DNS protocol things).
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