[Tuglist] Re: [FSF India] Re: FSF-I
Fri, 19 Oct 2001 20:07:30 -0700 (PDT)
NCST changed the rule, it seems. DNS of .in domains can now be located
anywhere in the world according to this document:
http://domain.ncst.ernet.in/domreg/conditions.html See item 6.2,3, and 4
On Sat, 20 Oct 2001, Radhakrishnan CV wrote:
> On 19 Oct 2001 at 13:31, Khuzaima A. Lakdawala wrote:
> What's the story about the FSF-I web site and mailing lists?
> Down for close to a week now?
> The DOT lines to the building where the primary nameserver is housed
> are completely destroyed and are being repaired now. Hopefully,
> everything will be OK today evening or tomorow.
> gnu.org.in becomes incommunicado to the outside world due to the non
> resolution of the domain since the domain server is out of link
> from the rest of the world.
> NCST, the Indian Domain Registrars don't allow us to use the DNS
> outside India, if not we would have used our own name server in the
> UK which is always up and running. We are forced to use the name
> servers in India and obviously we have to face this problem quite