DNS-OARC Conduct Policy
DNS-OARC's member community and workshops exist as an open environment which encourages information sharing and learning, to build an inclusive and welcoming community between the professionals who enable, operate and study the Internet's Domain Name System.
By participating in OARC activities, whether online, or in person at an OARC workshop, you are confirming your commitment to follow these principles.
Here are some DNS-OARC development highlights for the past months. These updates are usually sent out on a bi-monthly basis but this one has been delayed a bit due to work surrounding OARC27 and holiday. [ Read More ]
During the 2017 OARC Annual General Meeting OARC Members will be electing three seats on the OARC Board of Directors. The seats becoming available are doing so on the following basis:
A key part of DNS-OARC's mission is to develop, maintain and host various software tools for DNS data collection, measurement and analysis. You can find a list of these tools below, with their source code and development management at OARC's site on Github.
Here are some development highlights from the past two months surrounding packages, new features and a new tool. [ Read More ]
PacketQ, an analysis tool used to inspect DNS traffic, was developed by The Internet Foundation in Sweden, IIS, and maintained until 2014. IIS has now donated the program to the Domain Name System Operations Analysis and Research Center, DNS-OARC. [ Read More ]
With the assistance of its members and friends (especially AFNIC, RIPE, Paul Vixie, Duane Wessels, Peter Koch and Paul Hoffman) DNS-OARC has assembled a historical archive of the DNS root zone dating back to June 1999. This Root Zone Archive is a part of our larger project, the Zone File Repository.
Root Zone Trends
The following graph shows trends in the contents of the root zone: