Yeti DNS Project
--A Live IPv6-only Root DNS Server System Testbed

Introduction

“One World, One Internet, One Namespace” is the essence for the success of today’s Internet. The top level of the unique identifier system, the DNS root system, has been operational for 25+ years. It is pivot to make the current Internet useful. So it is considered somewhat ossified for stability reasons. It is hard to test and implement new ideas evolving to a more advanced level to counter challenges. To benefit the Internet development as a whole, Yeti Project is founded to build a parallel experimental live IPv6 DNS root system to discover the limits of DNS root name service and deliver useful technical output. Note that Yeti is not providing alternative name space… More

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Join us

As project coordinators we are keen to invite interested authority name server operators, recursive name server operators, individual researchers to contact us by e-mail, either individually: ljsong@biigroup.cn (Davey Song), kato@wide.ad.jp (Akira Kato), vixie@tisf.net (Paul Vixie) or as a team: coordinators@lists.yeti-dns.org

Project are placed in a repository in GitHub: Yeti-Project

There is a discussion mailing list for project participants, reachable here: Yeti-discuss