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-| [[https://web.archive.org/web/20150212063127/http://falkhusemann.de/blog/2012/05/alternativer-dns-server/|Falk Husemann Blog]] | 2012-05-15 | Zusätzlich zum Auflösen der ICANN Domains wie .de oder .com ist der Server in das OpenNIC Projekt eingebunden und kann damit eine Menge alternativer TLDs wie .geek oder .null auflösen. OpenNIC ist ein nicht-kommerzielles Projekt, dass alternative DNS Server zur Verfügung stellt. |+| [[https://web.archive.org/web/20150212063127/http://falkhusemann.de/blog/2012/05/alternativer-dns-server/|Falk Husemann Blog]] | 2012-05-15 | OpenNIC ist ein nicht-kommerzielles Projekt, dass alternative DNS Server zur Verfügung stellt. |
 | [[http://www.spywareguide.com/spydet_417_new_net.html|New.Net]] | 2007-07-20 | While several such nonstandard TLDs are currently implemented by a number of organizations and under consideration by ICANN, this particular implementation [New.net] smacks of an attempt to overthrow more legitimate pioneers of alternate domain-names (e.g. OpenNIC, AlterNIC). | | [[http://www.spywareguide.com/spydet_417_new_net.html|New.Net]] | 2007-07-20 | While several such nonstandard TLDs are currently implemented by a number of organizations and under consideration by ICANN, this particular implementation [New.net] smacks of an attempt to overthrow more legitimate pioneers of alternate domain-names (e.g. OpenNIC, AlterNIC). |
-| [[http://gladiator-antivirus.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=57032#entry176945|Gladiator Security Forum]] | 2007-07-05 |  I tried with some of those servers from the OpenNIC website and no pages would load at all. |+| [[http://gladiator-antivirus.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=57032#entry176945|Gladiator Security Forum]] | 2007-07-05 | I tried with some of those servers from the OpenNIC website and no pages would load at all. |
 | [[https://www.neowin.net/news/opendns-whats-your-take|Neowin]] | 2007-03-13 | DNS has always been open source. And OpenNIC existed LONG before OpenDNS, and noone EVER mentioned them. In fact, to my knowledge, OpenNIC never did the bs "sitefinder" crap OpenDNS does. They also have more DNS servers in more countries. OpenDNS is nothing special. | | [[https://www.neowin.net/news/opendns-whats-your-take|Neowin]] | 2007-03-13 | DNS has always been open source. And OpenNIC existed LONG before OpenDNS, and noone EVER mentioned them. In fact, to my knowledge, OpenNIC never did the bs "sitefinder" crap OpenDNS does. They also have more DNS servers in more countries. OpenDNS is nothing special. |
 | [[https://web.archive.org/web/20080509174000/http://zbowling.com/blog/2006/05/29/opennic/|Zac Bowling’s Blog]] | 2006-05-29 | I love how OpenNIC's website referes to anything ICANN as legacy, and OpenNIC is open to partnerships to run your own top level root. Might submit a proposal for a .mono root later and host it. Maybe not Cute thought though. | | [[https://web.archive.org/web/20080509174000/http://zbowling.com/blog/2006/05/29/opennic/|Zac Bowling’s Blog]] | 2006-05-29 | I love how OpenNIC's website referes to anything ICANN as legacy, and OpenNIC is open to partnerships to run your own top level root. Might submit a proposal for a .mono root later and host it. Maybe not Cute thought though. |
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