[volunteers] Nameserver

Jesse Monroy jesse650 at gmail.com
Wed May 18 15:04:47 PDT 2016

Correction. Josef may be on the SVLUG mailing list.


On 5/18/16, Jesse Monroy <jesse650 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Daniel,
> Josef Grosch was the organizer and former president of BAFUG.
> Josef is very difficult to work with. He says one thing, but will
> do another. He has his own mind. The best thing to do is wait for
> his passing and see if the estate will surrender the domain.
> FWIW, Josef Grosch is on this mailing list. There is no way to
> tell if he his reading this. I now Josef Grosch personally.
> Jesse
> On 5/18/16, Daniel Gimpelevich <daniel at gimpelevich.san-francisco.ca.us>
> wrote:
>> The nameserver is authoritative for the following domains:
>> svlug.org
>> svlug.net
>> svlug.com
>> The svlug.net zone is not currently used because the domain is now owned
>> by Josef Grosch, who made it resolve to an unreachable address of his.
>> If he were to repoint DNS at the registrar to the NS records in the
>> zone, it would become synonymous with svlug.com, except that ns3
>> (linuxmafia.com) has secondary service currently commented out. However,
>> he has not responded to ARIN's contact validation attempts:
>> https://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/JG370-ARIN
>> Nameservers delegated for a zone must be in the same parent zone. Others
>> can be given A-records in the same zone, but I think doing that to _all_
>> the delegated nameservers can yield a bootstrapping issue after an
>> extended outage. The svlug.net zone is immune by virtue of primate.net,
>> and svlug.com by virtue of linuxmafia.com, but svlug.org relied on
>> nylug.org, which no longer runs a nameserver. To take its place, my
>> first thought was balug.org, and Michael seemed up for it, but I fell
>> short of actually asking him to pull the zones as secondary because we
>> drifted into a discussion of future hosting of the balug.org VM.
>> Thoughts?
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