[Yeti DNS Discuss] 答复: Poor report from BII

Davey Song (宋林健) ljsong at biigroup.cn
Sat Jul 11 03:23:30 UTC 2015

Hi Stephane,

I'm also shocked when I saw this media report ! And I feel very sorry to
make such worries among our participants.

To be honest, we do promote our project in a moderate way, like the 2 page
brochure we sent to invite interested participant. But it is never in such
ridiculous way. I ask my colleague to deleted this article and trace the
source. I found this report is composed by a guy from marketing and
publicity department. As his daily job, he collects and publishes marketing
soft article for BII Group in our website, but with little awareness what
this project actually is. 

I had to say that there are really some radical feedbacks and over-reading
(or over-expectation) of this project in China and abroad. People may have
some hope on our project. But It is neither right nor wise for BII as one of
initiator to fuel this sort of discussion at this time. We need solid work
and convincible technical result to manifest our idea.

You are right. We need more communicate in this project and driven the
project by our concerted effort. In the same time, actions speak louder than
words , we should work harder. Thank you for you correction and reminder. 

Best regards,

发件人: discuss [mailto:discuss-bounces at lists.yeti-dns.org] 代表 Stephane
发送时间: 2015年7月11日 4:10
收件人: discuss at lists.yeti-dns.org
主题: [Yeti DNS Discuss] Poor report from BII

I've just read <http://www.biigroup.com/en/news/s/?817.html>, a media report
about Yeti.

I do not like this sort of report. First, Yeti is presented in a very
exaggerated way, "brand-new technical architecture", "higher scalability",
"stronger security". Today, Yeti is nothing of the sort:
it is small, the traffic is very low, it has no technical breakthrough, it
is not reliable (today, since 14:45 UTC, import of DSC data from several
servers is down again). Sure, it is an interesting project (and that's why
we participate) but it requires more modesty.

Also, we did not communicate a lot (and rightly so, since the project is at
its very beginning) so claiming "Yeti has stirred the communities of global
media, internet organizations at home and abroad, and even the netizens
across the globe" is frankly ridiculous.

Finally, saying "It cannot be denied that the current root server system, in
terms of quantity, technology, and its operation mode, has failed to meet
the technical and industrial demand" is both an insult to our colleagues of
the "ordinary" root name servers and simply a false statement (the current
root *works*). When we will have the track record of the ordinary root, we
may criticize them! In the mean time, it is wiser to shut up and work.
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