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+ - Internet group seeks wider input for BIND 10->

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joabj writes "ISC is seeking some open source magic for the next version of the widely used BIND. Although the BIND is already open source, most of the work thus far done on the DNS server software has come from contractors, the government and Unix vendors. "The goal is to move away from having BIND a heavily sponsored corporate product," said BIND 10 manager Shane Kerr. Kerr is hoping that more eyes will equal fewer bugs, and that more users will go ahead and implement the features they've been requesting themselves. BIND 10, due by the end of the year, features a new modular architecture, one designed circumvent many of the security woes that have bedeviled BIND 9."
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