Been following the thread on the DNS and DNSSEC, are you aware of the
dnsjava-2.1.4, last update 2013-01-04, I'm just now reviewing what changes
have been made, looks like an ECC algorithm was dropped and a couple of
algorithms were added, going to dig into the code and see what I might
in support of the Jitsi project.
No, I wasn't aware of it, thanks for the hint! Hell, I didn't even noticed
that he finally incorporated the hostname patch I sent back in December
I just looked into it and, as far as I can tell, the recent changes
introduced simply new signature algorithms. The problem is that the whole
lookup of all DNSSEC related records needed for verification are there, but
you need to manually verify, that is, you need to look up the RRSIG and DS
records up to the root all by yourself. And that is what libunbound is
currently doing for us and worth looking at in dnssec4j.
I joined the maillist sometime last year (Aug?) because your project was
OSGI framework, and I was developing an ENUM with NAPTR/SRV's application
the Google Android platform (Server/Client) and Jitsi looked like an
Would like to help develop a DNS/DNSSEC Service/Impl for the desktop, but
with the intent of getting the Jitsi-Android app to an emulated/build
prototype. I'm using the Eclipse IDE environment for Android, but still
to get Jitsi installed/configured for a 'dual' compile (probably this
weekend), Ant ???
I don't know the Android build process either. Up till now this is still a
BlueJimp secret. I guess the first step to get DNSSEC on Android would be to
replace libunbound on the desktop version with something in pure Java, then
migrate it to Android (which ideally should just build).
As I stated earlier, been following about six(6) months now, and dug
into most of the code/structure that this dev@ maillist deals with...
that's how I've learned most past projects, i.e.- FRED (Free Registry
for ENUMs and Domains).
Let me know if I can participate in anyway, if only to review, but would
prefer to code and post, have enjoyed the camaraderie of exchanges, btw,
haven't seen much of Winona lately?
Sure, feel free to post any patches here. The developer documentation should
give you a jump start, especially , but I guess you know that already
given that you're following for some time.