School Survival Forums
Self Made DNS - Printable Version

+- School Survival Forums (
+-- Forum: The Lounge (/forumdisplay.php?fid=34)
+--- Forum: General Talk (/forumdisplay.php?fid=18)
+---- Forum: Science & Technology (/forumdisplay.php?fid=43)
+---- Thread: Self Made DNS (/showthread.php?tid=36665)

Self Made DNS - HSHARK - 08-22-2016 09:46 AM

I have been derping on the Internet this weekend and I found a pretty interesting tool: maradns. It is a simple dns server and I think it is a key tool for the decentralized Internet. People can set up this software on their computers and connect to the sort of the "official" server for a catalog of websites.

Some proposed domain names for the DNS
Personal Use Domains (Free)
.w : regular websites for personal use
.b : blogs
.v : videos
Organization Use Domains (Available with donation)
.c : General Company
.o : Organization
.s : Social Media
Other Types (for fun and work)
.z : Zombies
.ssm : related to school survival movement
.i : redirections to websites on the original Internet
.g : game websites

That's my basic domain name layouts for the new internet.

Suggestion and comments? Post below

RE: Self Made DNS - HSHARK - 08-22-2016 10:21 AM

For your reference people can host and define their own DNS servers and domains by the "free join and voluntary participation" basis. However, it is best to connect to the "official" HSHARK server because of it have the most comprehensive IP catalog.

Self Made DNS - James Comey - 08-22-2016 10:47 AM

Huh, I could use this in the future

RE: Self Made DNS - HSHARK - 08-22-2016 10:52 AM

The best feature of this is that all personal domain names are free. Because I do not have the money to purchase hardware for the new internet. This is our best bet for now

Self Made DNS - James Comey - 08-22-2016 10:52 AM

I can probably use this in the winter to create a newsgroup I've been thinking of creating for a few months now.

RE: Self Made DNS - HSHARK - 08-22-2016 11:03 AM

Actually I can set up a site to document the DNS service on weebly. Weebly is more efficient for static websites than hand code.