DoH plugin for BIND

Noel Butler noel.butler at
Sat May 2 23:42:44 UTC 2020

Dont waste your time trying to argue with that troll 

google his name, he's well banned on many lists, he was moderated on
this list as well, seems he's changed his user@ to get around it. He's
been quiet for a while thought he learned his lesson, but leopards never
change their spots. 

On 03/05/2020 01:11, Michael De Roover wrote:

> I'm sure that most of the list members here are aware of how net neutrality and the internet in general works - we're internet operators after all. What we're here for is ports and protocols, not policy or internet culture. On that subject, we are not policy makers. Let's leave that to politicians who studied for it. Vote some technical people in government while we're at it, but I digress.
> The DoT/DoH argument or what a mail server could be operated from is not one of policy.. well maybe mail servers are, to some extent. Perhaps there's some ISP employees here too. Those are in power to allow or disallow things on their network. But DoT/DoH certainly isn't. What are we supposed to worry about? How do we implement this new encrypted DNS. Do we piggyback off an existing port and rely on its ubiquitous allowance on the internet or do we create a new port for it, where we can make a dedicated new protocol suite?
> On 5/2/20 5:03 PM, Reindl Harald wrote:

Kind Regards, 

Noel Butler 

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