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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.+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.
  
 ===== This Wiki ===== ===== This Wiki =====
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 To become a registered user, follow the sign-up page [[/​start?​do=register|here]]. To become a registered user, follow the sign-up page [[/​start?​do=register|here]].
 ===== How you can help ===== ===== How you can help =====
-The main thing anyone can do to help, is to **become a member**. Sign up [[http://www.opennicproject.org/members/|here]] and **join our [[opennic:​mailinglist|mailing list]]**! The other great thing you can do to help, is to **spread the word**, even if you do not use our TLDs, our DNS network is still the quickest around!+The main thing anyone can do to help, is to **become a member**. Sign up [[https://members.opennicproject.org/​|here]] and **join our [[opennic:​mailinglist|mailing list]]**! The other great thing you can do to help, is to **spread the word**, even if you do not use our TLDs, our DNS network is still the quickest around!
  
 **Contributions to the OpenNIC Wiki** are welcomed. There is a lot to do: missing information needs to be added, articles need to be cleaned and rewritten, and other things. If you are willing to donate your time, as contributions to the OpenNIC Wiki, you can do this with four simple steps: **Contributions to the OpenNIC Wiki** are welcomed. There is a lot to do: missing information needs to be added, articles need to be cleaned and rewritten, and other things. If you are willing to donate your time, as contributions to the OpenNIC Wiki, you can do this with four simple steps:
-  - Sign up at http://www.opennicproject.org/members/+  - Sign up at https://members.opennicproject.org/​
   - Log in (with the username and password you chose during sign up) at https://​wiki.opennic.org/​start?​do=login&​sectok=   - Log in (with the username and password you chose during sign up) at https://​wiki.opennic.org/​start?​do=login&​sectok=
   - Start writing articles or update existing articles. Currently, there are no guidelines in place for writing articles. ​ Feel free to design effective pages, conveying information clearly.   - Start writing articles or update existing articles. Currently, there are no guidelines in place for writing articles. ​ Feel free to design effective pages, conveying information clearly.
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   * 2a05:​dfc7:​5::​5353   * 2a05:​dfc7:​5::​5353
  
-A list of all OpenNIC Tier 2 DNS Resolvers can be found [[https://​servers.opennicproject.org/​|here]] - we highly recommend you to pick the nearest servers from the server list instead of anycast servers. [[:​opennic:​dont_anycast|Why?​]]+A list of all OpenNIC Tier 2 DNS Resolvers can be found [[https://​servers.opennic.org/​|here]] - we highly recommend you to pick the nearest servers from the server list instead of anycast servers. [[:​opennic:​dont_anycast|Why?​]]
  
 ==== DNS Wizards ==== ==== DNS Wizards ====
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 ==== Web Proxies ==== ==== Web Proxies ====
 Want to see what OpenNIC is all about? Access via an OpenNIC proxy (use the search engines below to start your journey). Want to see what OpenNIC is all about? Access via an OpenNIC proxy (use the search engines below to start your journey).
-  * http://​proxy.opennicproject.org/+  * http://​proxy.opennic.org/ 
 +  * https://​proxy.dnslibre.com.mx/ ​   (only TLD inside OpenNIC network are accesed)
  
 ==== Infrastructure Setup ==== ==== Infrastructure Setup ====
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 ==== Server Management/​Status Reports ==== ==== Server Management/​Status Reports ====
   * Master Pool (Tier 1) Servers   * Master Pool (Tier 1) Servers
-    * [[http://opennicproject.org/report/​log_.php?​tier=1|Status]] +    * [[http://report.opennic.org/​log_.php?​tier=1|Status]] 
-    * [[https://​servers.opennicproject.org/?​tier=1|List]]+    * [[https://​servers.opennic.org/?​tier=1|List]]
   * Public Access (Tier 2) Servers   * Public Access (Tier 2) Servers
-    * [[http://opennicproject.org/report/​log_.php?​tier=2|Status]] +    * [[http://report.opennic.org/​log_.php?​tier=2|Status]] 
-    * [[https://​servers.opennicproject.org/?​tier=2|List]] +    * [[https://​servers.opennic.org/?​tier=2|List]] 
-  * [[http://​report.opennicproject.org/​t2log/​t2.php|Tier 1 and Tier 2 testing tool]]+  * [[http://​report.opennic.org/​t2log/​t2.php|Tier 1 and Tier 2 testing tool]]
  
 ==== OpenNIC Search Engines ==== ==== OpenNIC Search Engines ====
   * [[http://​grep.geek/​|grep.geek]]   * [[http://​grep.geek/​|grep.geek]]
 +==== Compatible Webspace-Providers ====
 +  * [[https://​uberspace.de/​|Uberspace.de]]
 +  * [[https://​pages.github.com|GitHub Pages]]
 +  * [[/​webspaceproviders|Full list...]]
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