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s4 [About OpenNIC] links are better than tech-lingo
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 OpenNIC (also referred to as the OpenNIC Project) is a user owned and controlled top-level Network Information Center offering a non-national alternative to traditional Top-Level Domain (TLD) registries; such as ICANN. OpenNIC (also referred to as the OpenNIC Project) is a user owned and controlled top-level Network Information Center offering a non-national alternative to traditional Top-Level Domain (TLD) registries; such as ICANN.
  
-Use of OpenNIC DNS servers, enables host name resolution in the Legacy U.S. Government DNS, OpenNIC operated namespaces, and namespaces the OpenNIC has peering agreements with (such as https://www.new-nations.net ).+Use of OpenNIC DNS servers, enables host name resolution in the Legacy U.S. Government DNS, OpenNIC operated namespaces, and namespaces that OpenNIC has peering agreements with.
  
-Alternatively, OpenNIC domains such as http://grep.geek can be visited with less effort by installing the Firefox-plugin at https://blockchain-dns.info instead of modifying the DNS settings of the network. 
 ===== This Wiki ===== ===== This Wiki =====
 This wiki is a limited access work area for OpenNIC documentation and other related content. In accordance with OpenNICs philosophy, all notes and documents are world-readable. Write access is restricted to participants relevant for this specific project; to provide quality content and have cross-verification by other members. This wiki is a limited access work area for OpenNIC documentation and other related content. In accordance with OpenNICs philosophy, all notes and documents are world-readable. Write access is restricted to participants relevant for this specific project; to provide quality content and have cross-verification by other members.
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   * [[opennic:tier2setup|Tier 2 Server Setup]] and [[opennic:tier2|Info]]   * [[opennic:tier2setup|Tier 2 Server Setup]] and [[opennic:tier2|Info]]
   * [[opennic:tier1setup|Tier 1 Server Setup]] and [[opennic:tier1|Info]]   * [[opennic:tier1setup|Tier 1 Server Setup]] and [[opennic:tier1|Info]]
 +  * [[opennic:setup:webminbind|Installing using Webmin]]
 ==== Server Management/Status Reports ==== ==== Server Management/Status Reports ====
   * Master Pool (Tier 1) Servers   * Master Pool (Tier 1) Servers
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 ==== OpenNIC Search Engines ==== ==== OpenNIC Search Engines ====
   * [[http://grep.geek/|grep.geek]]   * [[http://grep.geek/|grep.geek]]
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 ==== Compatible Webspace-Providers ==== ==== Compatible Webspace-Providers ====
   * [[https://uberspace.de/|Uberspace.de]]   * [[https://uberspace.de/|Uberspace.de]]
   * [[https://pages.github.com|GitHub Pages]]   * [[https://pages.github.com|GitHub Pages]]
   * [[/webspaceproviders|Full list...]]   * [[/webspaceproviders|Full list...]]
 +
 +==== TLS Certificates ====
 +There is an experimental acme server in place at [[https://playground.acme.libre]] to automatically obtain TLS certificates for servers under all OpenNIC (and all ICANN and all peered) top level domains.
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