Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) is creating Open source for the Internet infrastructure
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ISC is one of the oldest non-profit open source publishers, founded in 1994. We develop and publish open source that is widely relied on for reliable, interoperable connections to the Internet.  We also contribute substantially to the Internet standards development, with a technical perspective that is independent of any business or profit motive.

Our open source is free, and the F-root system is free: we are supported by donations and by annual technical support contracts for our software. We have an active community of users, supporting each other on the mailing lists we host.

We are 5 developers working on DNS and BIND, 4 engineers working on DHCP, a team of 4 test engineers and a researcher, and couple of sysadmins that manage the DNS F root system. We work from all over the world: Australia, India, the UK, Poland, France, the US, and the Czech Republic. We are excited to be adding in 2018 - 2 new BIND developers and a new DHCP QA engineer.

We are on a mission to help keep the Domain Name System stable, secure and efficient, and to keep the Internet open and accessible to all.
ISC is one of the oldest non-profit open source publishers, founded in 1994. We develop and publish open source that is widely relied on for reliable, interoperable connections to the Internet.  We also contribute substantially to the Internet standards development, with a technical perspective that is independent of any business or profit motive.

Our open source is free, and the F-root system is free: we are supported by donations and by annual technical support contracts for our software. We have an active community of users, supporting each other on the mailing lists we host.

We are 5 developers working on DNS and BIND, 4 engineers working on DHCP, a team of 4 test engineers and a researcher, and couple of sysadmins that manage the DNS F root system. We work from all over the world: Australia, India, the UK, Poland, France, the US, and the Czech Republic. We are excited to be adding in 2018 - 2 new BIND developers and a new DHCP QA engineer.

We are on a mission to help keep the Domain Name System stable, secure and efficient, and to keep the Internet open and accessible to all.

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