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authorMartin Schanzenbach <schanzen@gnunet.org>2022-11-19 16:20:28 +0900
committerMartin Schanzenbach <schanzen@gnunet.org>2022-11-19 16:20:28 +0900
commit5ddfbfa0182afd17dc778e8ef5ca70147387d0ac (patch)
tree924934171846667ace6de1466dbe45dc7f2fa192
parent2f1742300c110a92e643395fed5137451f17b11f (diff)
minor
-rw-r--r--draft-schanzen-gns.xml24
1 files changed, 13 insertions, 11 deletions
diff --git a/draft-schanzen-gns.xml b/draft-schanzen-gns.xml
index bd2998d..d04810f 100644
--- a/draft-schanzen-gns.xml
+++ b/draft-schanzen-gns.xml
@@ -356,13 +356,13 @@
example.000G006K2TJNMD9VTCYRX7BRVV3HAEPS15E6NHDXKPJA1KAJJEG9AFF884
</sourcecode>
<t>
- Now consider the petname "pet" for the example zone
+ Now consider the petname "pet.gns.alt" for the example zone
of the name above.
The following name would point to the same record as the
globally unique name above but it is only valid locally:
</t>
<sourcecode>
-example.gns.alt
+example.pet.gns.alt
</sourcecode>
<t>
The delegation of petnames and subsequent resolution of delegation
@@ -2136,14 +2136,14 @@ Example name: www.example.<zTLD>
The following is a non-normative example mapping of start zones:
</t>
<artwork name="" type="" align="left" alt=""><![CDATA[
-Example name: example.xyz.gns.alt
+Example name: www.example.xyz.gns.alt
Local suffix mappings:
xyz.gns.alt = zTLD0 := Base32GNS(ztype0||zk0)
example.xyz.gns.alt = zTLD1 := Base32GNS(ztype1||zk1)
example.com.gns.alt = zTLD2 := Base32GNS(ztype2||zk2)
...
=> Start zone: zk1
-=> Name to resolve from start zone: @
+=> Name to resolve from start zone: www
]]></artwork>
<t>
The process given above <bcp14>MAY</bcp14> be supplemented with other mechanisms if
@@ -2823,11 +2823,13 @@ NICK: john (Supplemental)
The user or system administrator <bcp14>MAY</bcp14> configure one or
more unique suffixes for all suffix-to-zone mappings in the spirit
of <xref target="draft-ietf-dnsop-alt-tld"/>.
- For this purpose, this draft creates a registry for subdomains under
+ For this purpose, this draft creates a <xref target="GANA"/> registry
+ for subdomains under
the special-use top-level domain ".alt" <xref target="draft-ietf-dnsop-alt-tld"/>
in <xref target="gana"/>, and within it registers the subdomain ".gns.alt" for use with GNS in particular.
- The use of the suffix ".gns.alt" is recommended in order to address
- the issues raised in <xref target="RFC8244"/>.
+ The use of the suffix ".gns.alt" in local suffix-to-zone mappings is
+ recommended in order to address the issues raised in
+ <xref target="RFC8244"/>.
</t>
</section>
</section>
@@ -2874,7 +2876,7 @@ Purpose | Name | References | Comment
<!-- FIXME: Unclear who are the experts how are they selected and
by whom? GNUnet e.V. Politb├╝ro? The DAO?
Unreserved/Reserved for private use record type range? -->
- Adding new records is possible after expert review, using a
+ Adding new entries is possible after expert review, using a
first-come-first-served policy for unique name allocation.
Experts are responsible to ensure that the chosen "Name" is
appropriate for the record type.
@@ -2920,7 +2922,7 @@ Number | Name | Contact | References | Comment
Each entry has the following format:
</t>
<ul>
- <li>Name: The name of the subdomain (in UTF-8).</li>
+ <li>Subdomain: The name of the subdomain (in UTF-8).</li>
<li>Comment: Optionally, a brief English text describing the purpose of
the subdomain (in UTF-8)</li>
<li>Contact: Optionally, the contact information of a person to contact for
@@ -2937,8 +2939,8 @@ Number | Name | Contact | References | Comment
<!-- FIXME: Unclear who are the experts how are they selected and
by whom? GNUnet e.V. Politb├╝ro? The DAO?
Unreserved/Reserved for private use record type range? -->
- Adding new records is possible after expert review, using a
- first-come-first-served policy for unique name allocation.
+ Adding new entries is possible after expert review, using a
+ first-come-first-served policy for unique subdomain allocation.
Experts are responsible to ensure that the chosen "Subdomain" is
appropriate for the purpose.
</t>