On today’s show Greg and Ethan talk about a few things that have been on their minds, including updates on the forthcoming Packet Pushers subscription site and a post-mortem of the recent Virtual Design Clinic.
They also hash out some tech conversations, including Cloudflare’s new DNS resolver, peak open networking, a review of the Aruba Atmosphere wireless conference, and more nerdy topics.
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Introducing DNS Resolver, 126.96.36.199 (not a joke) – Cloudflare
Announcing 188.8.131.52: the fastest, privacy-first consumer DNS service – Cloudflare
jedisct1/dnsblast: A simple and stupid load testing tool for DNS resolvers – GitHub
He thought a book would stop a bullet. Now his girlfriend is going to jail for killing him. – The Washington Post
Peak DNSSEC? – APNIC Blog
The Open Enterprise Foundation
Linux Foundation Announces Further Harmonization Efforts, Celebrates New Members and Project Deployments – The Linux Foundation
Network Harmonization 2.0: Evolving Linux Foundation Networking – The Linux Foundation
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