[jdev] [Fwd: [CA cert] e164.org bounties...]

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Fri Dec 22 12:13:19 CST 2006


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [CA cert] e164.org bounties...
Date: Sat, 23 Dec 2006 04:29:35 +1100
From: Duane <duane at e164.org>
Reply-To: A better approach to security <cacert at lists.cacert.org>
To: General Help List <cacert-support at lists.cacert.org>,	A better 
approach to security <cacert at lists.cacert.org>,	e164-discuss at lists.e164.org

Please pass this email along to anyone you think would be interested,
willing and able to help us.

We (e164.org) is a non-profit organisation setup purely to help everyone
avoid using PSTN providers by allowing calls to be easily and
transparently routed over the internet.

The technology that enables this is the building blocks of the current
internet (DNS), and by utilising this technology we currently store
about 20 different types of information in DNS.

While the majority lookups currently occurring are VoIP users, we have
an increasing number of non-VoIP records being added on a daily basis
and we are looking to leverage this additional information via email
clients and IM clients.

The main idea here is people have multiple methods of being contacts,
and increasing business cards are getting and more contact methods
stored on them, and while email addresses come and go phone numbers are
a little more static and this way people can centralise contact
information on themselves between disparate communication systems.

For more information/details on technical specs we have drawn up on
possible solutions, please visit our bounty page on our wiki.



Best regards,

http://www.cacert.org - Free Security Certificates
http://www.nodedb.com - Think globally, network locally
http://www.sydneywireless.com - Telecommunications Freedom
http://e164.org - Because e164.arpa is a tax on VoIP

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     but the optimist has a better time on the trip."

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Peter Saint-Andre
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