How to run your own Top Level Domain

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What does it take to run a Top Level Domain Registry? And what’s more easy to run: a ccTLD or gTLD? Opinions so far have ranged from “it’s easy” to “it’s a serious business” – both of which are obviously far too vague to being to measure what is an intriguing question. Some suggestions fall […]

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Galium update comming in the next 20 minutes

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My Galium top level domain software will get a minor update soon, which will fix a few [minor] outstanding issues. Usernames can now contain the “-” character The zone file generator will not always give the outputted revision as being “0” (this stopped all updates from not appearing on slave DNS servers until the following […]

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“dot ing” or “.ing” … it’s still the best TLD!

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Call it what you want, but I stiill think that .ing (or dotING as I have named it) is one of the best top level domains that is around at the moment. All you need to take advantage of dotING is to be a user of OpenNIC. OpenNIC is a community effort to create an […]

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