[p2p-hackers] P2P DNS-related web sites/blogs/discussion forums?
Emin Gun Sirer
egs at systems.cs.cornell.edu
Thu Jan 12 14:29:49 PST 2012
I did some of the earliest work on a feasible peer-to-peer DNS called
The project website describes the kind of system we envisioned as a
"safety-net" for DNS. There are lots of good reasons for not fracturing the
namespace. DNSSEC helps by providing a secure mapping from names to
addresses, while CoDoNs helps by removing centralized bottlenecks to the
distribution of DNSSEC-protected records.
On Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 7:17 PM, Tony Arcieri <tony.arcieri at gmail.com>wrote:
> With the looming threat of SOPA, completely decentralized censorship-proof
> P2P DNS systems are beginning to look pretty interesting.
> Namecoin is perhaps the most interesting to-date, but what other systems
> are people working on? Are there people who are particularly enthusiastic
> about this subject whose blogs I should be reading? Or other
> sites/discussion forums which deal with this issue in particular?
> (And yes, I've heard of Zooko's Triangle ;)
> Tony Arcieri
> p2p-hackers mailing list
> p2p-hackers at lists.zooko.com
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