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[08:34:46] <loganaden> hello
[08:34:50] <loganaden> dnshane: hey there :)
[08:35:14] <loganaden> dnshane: Shane Kerr ?
[08:37:36] <dnshane> Yes, that's me!
[08:37:58] <dnshane> At the DNS table in the hackathon. :)
[08:38:12] <loganaden> dnshane: we met back in 2015. i'm remote.
[08:38:44] <loganaden> dnshane: i added seccomp to bind9 :)
[08:40:26] <dnshane> Cool! Although to BIND running in such a mode is a bit tricky since it expects to be able to use interfaces that become available after it starts. :-P
[08:40:37] <dnshane> What are you working on today?
[08:42:40] <loganaden> dnshane: yes it's quite tricky
[08:43:20] <loganaden> dnshane: well, i added the basic code for the http 451 crawler.
[08:43:38] <loganaden> dnshane: anything you had in mind for DNS security :) ?
[08:44:31] <loganaden> dnshane: https://github.com/451hackathon/legal_crawler/blob/master/censorship_crawler/censorship_crawler/spiders/451_spider.py
[08:44:40] <dnshane> Well, I was going to look at adding TLS support to dnsdist: https://github.com/PowerDNS/pdns/issues/3980
[08:45:07] <dnshane> But I'm doing  a little work on a separate draft first (DNS opportunistic refresh).
[08:45:50] <dnshane> Are there actually sites supporting HTTP 451?
[08:47:04] <loganaden> dnshane: yep.
[08:47:37] <dnshane> Good to hear, although surprising to me. :)
[08:49:34] <loganaden> dnshane: they are using it on reddit from turkey. i was surprised myself :)
[09:08:06] <dnshane> I guess it is a good tool for organizations who are required to censor but really do not want to.
[09:10:02] <dnshane> Which is probably most techy companies, actually.
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