[governance] The decentralization of the DNS system

Suresh Ramasubramanian suresh at hserus.net
Fri Jun 19 20:43:11 EDT 2015

And how do you propose that the packets find their direct path to their goals, or even know on what corner of the world their goals are?

In other words, translate this vaguely worded rambling into a functional and scalable architectural model.

> On 20-Jun-2015, at 2:58 am, willi uebelherr <willi.uebelherr at riseup.net> wrote:
> The decentralization of the DNS system
> We need a completely self-organizing Internet. And this is possible only through massive decentralization. We can look at the difficulties at the beginning of the Internet with tolerance. They were mostly of technical nature. But today we have other conditions. And under such other conditions arise other possibilities.
> It is about the IP address. It is necessary to ensure that the packets find their direct path to their goals. The router work with numbers. We humans with text. The content is the same. Only the representation is different.

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