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Name: Stephen Crocker
Date:10 Apr 2022
Original Public Comment: Root Zone Update Process Study
Summary of Attachment

The attachment is my comment, i.e., it is in lieu of commenting within this form. A .docx version is available if desired.

Summary of Submission

The Study is a very positive report, finding no big problems and offering a few specific recommendations for further improvement. IANA does an excellent job. That said, there are areas that can be improved. The submitted comment covers several points. Here is the table of comments in the submitted Comment

1.   Introduction

2.   Introductory Material

2.1.   Description of the IANA Process

2.2.   Ultra-conservative execution

3.   Major Action Items

3.1.   Saturday Night Massacre

3.2.   Name Servers and Glue Records

3.3.   Unaddressed Areas

3.3.1.   Root Server Operators

3.3.2.   DNSSEC

4.   Technical and Process Improvements

4.1.   Security Review

4.2.   Technical Checks

4.3.   Update of DS and NS Records

4.4.   Statistics

4.5.   IANA Staffing

5.   Edits for Clarity

5.1.   Acronyms and Vocabulary

5.2.   Copy Editing