OpenNIC (a.k.a. "The OpenNIC Project") is an organization of dedicated volunteers who run an alternative DNS network. - 8bitgeek/OpenNIC-Wizard

Colin Taylor - Volunteer System Administrator - OpenNIC OpenNIC Project August 2019 – Present 3 months I have created and maintain 3 tier-2 DNS servers for the OpenNIC project to help create an internet that is as free and open as possible. discuss - Re: [opennic-discuss] letit2 [.] bit blacklist - arc ----- You are a member of the OpenNIC Discuss list. You may unsubscribe by emailing discuss-unsubscribe AT lists.opennicproject.org Re: [opennic-discuss] letit2 [.] bit blacklist , (continued)

discuss - [opennic-discuss] Vote to keep or drop peering

Apr 14, 2020 · Thus was born the idea of OpenNIC, and by mid-2000 they had their first DNS servers in public operation. Over the years members have come and gone. The project has evolved with new ideas and we've learned a lot of harsh lessons. We currently operate 16 different TLDs with full domains available underneath. When we first launched the Original Structure Sensor (Retired), we made a promise that it would be compatible with OpenNI. In order to keep doing that, we created this OpenNI resource page (and a GitHub repo) to provide a one-stop resource for the community to get OpenNI 2 binaries and documentation. Thanks to a complete range of global, smart solutions for the automation of gates, garage doors, access barriers, awnings, blinds, shutters, control devices and home security systems, Nice is the ultimate choice for any residential, public, commercial, hospitality and industrial project. Nov 17, 2019 · Nice Projects Limited is a Public incorporated on 27 April 2004. It is classified as Non-govt company and is registered at Registrar of Companies, Delhi.

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discuss - Re: [opennic-discuss] [Vote] .o TLD Proposal - arc > Assuming this vote passes, .o will become an official TLD on the OpenNIC network, and our T1 servers will be added to the network. We operate 2 servers, both are replicated master zones for .o: > > - 45.55.97.204 > - 40.77.111.213 > > Jonah > > Consider this my "yes" vote for this proposal as well. I'm not sure if we vote on proposals in this OpenNIC - A democratic alternative to ICANN Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts OpenNIC Mailing Lists [OpenNIC Wiki]