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Suzanne Woolf

Suzanne is a full-time employee of Public Interest Registry, the nonprofit registry operator for several TLDs, primarily known as the operator of .ORG. Previously she was an independent consultant specializing in Internet infrastructure operations and policy. Her experience includes carrier network operations, DNS administration and root name server operations, IP address and DNS policy, infrastructure protocol development and implementation, and open source software engineering management in related areas. Her long-term background in technology and policy with the USC Information Sciences Institute, Internet Systems Consortium, ICANN, various consulting clients, and PIR have left her fascinated with the problems of technology at Internet scale, committed to building more open Internet, and warily interested in internet governance. Her primary technical interests include DNS and other naming systems, basic access and connectivity issues such as IPv4-IPv6 co-existence and the transition to IPv6, and supporting the growth of open systems in an increasingly compartmentalized and fragmented network.


Role Group Email
Chair Domain Name System Operations (dnsop)
Delegate Quantum Internet Research Group (qirg)
Liaison Member ICANN NomCom (icann-nomcom)

RFCs (1)

RFC Date Title Cited by
RFC 4892 Jun 2007 Requirements for a Mechanism Identifying a Name Server Instance 3 RFCs

Active Internet-Drafts (0)

Suzanne has no active Internet-Drafts as of 2024-07-22.

Expired Internet-Drafts (6)

(Excluding replaced Internet-Drafts.)

Internet-Draft Activity