@NerdResa Real nice to see the output of their online checking tool is completely incomprehensible without any real explanation, too. 🤮
OTOH maybe this is the thing needed to get the DNS ecosystem moving in a better direction (or at all)…?
@NerdResa I can make *some* sense of it, but my point was that their UX is absolutely shoddy.
What you get back looks like colored in terminal output – they should've at least made it a table and added links people can follow to read up on the significance of the item for every row…
I mean the target audience is obviously website operators, but I'm about 300% sure the average website operator won't be able to make sense of it beyond "Hey, there's some yellow in there, I guess that's not good?"
@phryk When revisiting this issue today, I found that they ask to submit comments on the ednscomp tool in their Gitlab: https://gitlab.isc.org/isc-projects/DNS-Compliance-Testing - Do you want to file an issue there?
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