[afnog] .TZ DS records in root zone
jaberamatogoro at gmail.com
Wed Feb 20 07:30:04 UTC 2013
Sure, this is a big step.
All the best in your tzNOG initiative.
On 2/19/13, Ntahigiye Abibu <abibu at tznic.or.tz> wrote:
> Hello all,
> 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
> 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
> 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
> continue supporting us.
> Sincere regards
> Admin Manager (.tz)
> -----Original Message-----
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> 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
> deploy DNSSEC so that I can help others do the same.
> or perhaps a presentation at AfNOG?
> Well done TZnic!!
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