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Add small-web.org domain under Small Technology Foundation (private) #1086

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  • Description of Organization
  • Reason for PSL Inclusion
  • DNS verification via dig
  • Run Syntax Checker (make test)

Description of Organization

Organization Website: https://small-tech.org

Small Technology Foundation is a tiny and independent two-person not-for-profit based in Ireland. We advocate for and build small technology to protect personhood and democracy in the digital network age.

Reason for PSL Inclusion

As part of the Small Web initiative, we will be enabling our patrons to host their own web sites and apps at the small-web.org public suffix. We want to ensure that this is done securely regarding cookie security/domain scoping.

DNS Verification via dig

dig +short TXT _psl.small-web.org
"https://github.com/publicsuffix/list/pull/1086"

make test

Ran the test and all tests passed.

@aral aral changed the title WIP: Add small-web.org domain under Small Technology Foundation (private) Add small-web.org domain under Small Technology Foundation (private) Aug 10, 2020
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  • DNS Validates Authority
  • Tests Pass
  • No Conflict with Base
  • Please make more robust rationale that describes a use case beyond two people, out of respect to the file size and bandwidth conservatism concerns that have rejected other projects, in order to be consistent.

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aral commented Aug 27, 2020

  • DNS Validates Authority

  • Tests Pass

  • No Conflict with Base

  • Please make more robust rationale that describes a use case beyond two people, out of respect to the file size and bandwidth conservatism concerns that have rejected other projects, in order to be consistent.

Hi there,

This is not for two people. Small Technology Foundation (our organisation) is a two-person not-for-profit. The service we are offering at small-web.org where people can create web sites is open to every citizen in the world (approximately 7.8 billion people).

I hope this clarifies the misunderstanding.

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dnsguru commented Aug 27, 2020

There was no misunderstanding. This resource often declines submissions where the rationale is terse (more words better) or describes internal or smaller audience projects out of respect for the scale of the PSL file.

Declined PRs have often submitted more rationale that was supplied here, and those declined have feels and watch for examples of there they were not treated evenly.

Out of respect to all projects that get approved or declined we aspire to be as consistent as possible on smaller scale projects.

I went and reviewed the website to find more robust rationale ; given the other checks worked out, will accept the minimalist answer after review of the small-tech.org and ar.al websites, noting for future eyes to look to those URLs for examples of better rationale.

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dnsguru commented Aug 27, 2020

@weppos I am inclined to accept rationale after review of the submitting party's project website, and I would like to merge. do you agree?

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dnsguru commented Aug 28, 2020

Thanks for patience @aral , MERGING

@dnsguru dnsguru merged commit bd6f969 into publicsuffix:master Aug 28, 2020
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dnsguru commented Aug 28, 2020

@weppos upon further review, I was satisfied we have reviewed this appropriately and consistently within the PRs, so I withdraw the request to have you review and proceeded with a MERGE in the interest of time-productive focus.

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aral commented Aug 28, 2020

Thank you, @dnsguru, appreciate it. Have a lovely weekend :)

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