[afnog] .TZ DS records in root zone
abibu at tznic.or.tz
Tue Feb 19 10:26:04 UTC 2013
On behalf of .tz management team, PAC (Board) and all Tanzanians, we thank
you so much for the congratulatory messages following what TZ has attained
in terms of securing its registry (dnssec deployment).
The .tz success is the whole Internet community's success following the
support we obtained from various institutions of which most of you belong.
In summary, the success has been a result of expertise obtained from various
capacity building initiatives including the following:
1. AfTLD trainings - AROC, IROC and SROC, the packages jointly developed by
ICANN, ISOC and NSRC for ccTLDs capacity building in Africa;
2. AfNOG trainings (In Rwanda, Gambia, Tanzania, etc);
3. Special DNSSEC training by NSRC during the ICANN meeting in Senegal;
PLUS individual support from Phil Reginald, Joe Abley, Alan Aina (All from
NSRC), Patrik Wallstrom from .se and many others whom I can't easily recall;
The DNSSEC deployment and Root Servers scaling (F-root hosting) are among
the activities in the strategic plan that we have so far accomplished.
The .tz technical team is ready and willing to share the experience and in
fact it has already started (with .ZM).
Way forward is the localization the AfNOG in TZ through tzNOG for effective
branding of .tz and more registrations. We do believe and hope that you will
continue supporting us.
Admin Manager (.tz)
From: afnog-bounces at afnog.org [mailto:afnog-bounces at afnog.org] On Behalf Of
Sent: Saturday, February 09, 2013 9:29 PM
To: Richard Lamb
Cc: aftld-discuss at aftld.org; mje at posix.co.za; AfNOG
Subject: Re: [afnog] [AfTLD-Discuss] .TZ DS records in root zone
On Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 12:27 PM, Richard Lamb <richard.lamb at icann.org>
> Wonderful. If TZNIC is amenable to it, it would be great to see a
presentation on their approach so that we can all learn from them. I
completely understand if not, but I am always on the lookout for new ways to
deploy DNSSEC so that I can help others do the same.
or perhaps a presentation at AfNOG?
Well done TZnic!!
"A name indicates what we seek. An address indicates where it is. A route
indicates how we get there." Jon Postel
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