So yesterday my primary machine which ran F10 decided to go and corrupt its filesystem. This was no doubt the universe telling me to "upgrade" to F11.
So after a rather annoying night of restoring files and installing things, I'm mostly functional. I must admit, it's amazing how much stuff "just works" these days. I recall the good old days when it took a week to get a mostly functional system, now it's basically there out of the box. There's also something about Fedora 11, it just feels better than Fedora 10. I can't explain it, but something in my caveman like brain thinks this is nicer than the previous one.
It's also possible I'm just really tired.
I'm pretty happy I'm running Fedora 11 now, I'm not pretty happy how I came to this decision
This is sort of a big deal, as most everyone agrees DNSSEC will happen in the future, but nobody has really taken any steps to make it happen. It falls in the same bucket as IPv6. It will happen, it will be nice when it does, but it's going very very slowly.
Many organizations will be watching how this goes for .ORG, if it goes well, it's quite likely DNSSEC will see rapid deployment, but if it goes bad, it may slow things even more than they currently are.