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Deploy360 15 August 2014

The DNSSEC Coordination “Breakfast” At IETF90

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

As has been our practice for the last several IETF meetings, a group of us involved with DNSSEC got together at about 7:30am on Friday, July 25, 2014, at IETF 90 in Toronto to talk about… well… whatever we wanted… but often involving DNSSEC! As usual it was an enjoyable time catching up and learning more about each other… and talking about new ideas and new ways we could do things.

DNSSEC breakfast

This breakfast included: Shumon Huque, Paul Ebersman, Mike Baer, Dan York (me), Russ Mundy, Frederico Neves and Wes Hardaker.

If you’d like to join into DNSSEC-related activities such as this, please feel free to join the public “dnssec-coord” mailing list where we coordinate plans like this to get together.

And if you’d like to learn more about DNSSEC, please check out our Start Here page to learn more about how to get started!

UPDATE – 25 Aug 2014:  I neglected to mention that the photo was taken by Richard Guy Briggs, who also attended the breakfast.  Thanks to Shumon for pointing out the omission … and thanks to Richard for taking the photo!

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