MaraDNS blog FAQ
This is a FAQ for the
Why don't you allow comments?
The majority of comments I got were spam or MaraDNS support concerns.
This blog is not a place to put your "promotional" link nor to ask
for MaraDNS support.
Why can't I file a bug report on the blog?
The majority of bug reports are actually support concerns. Some of
these are caused because Deadwood, having only recently been made
feature-complete, has not been fully documented. But some of the
support concerns are things easily resolved with a simple
My experience is that people who are unwilling to take the time to
join the MaraDNS mailing list are unwilling to work with me to resolve
a bug report. I don't like having unresolved bugs, but I can't resolve
a bug if someone is unwilling to follow-up with me.
The trivial amount of effort
needed to join the MaraDNS mailing list shows that someone willing to
file a bug is more likely willing to follow-up with me on the bug.
I have a MaraDNS or Deadwood support request
The MaraDNS.org home page
describes how to
get MaraDNS and Deadwood support. In a nutshell:
; if the documentation does
not answer your concern (yes, I have a search tool at the bottom of
to help you find
an answer to your question), join the MaraDNS mailing
list and send your support concern to the mailing list.
I can't join the MaraDNS mailing list
I have detailed directions
for joining the mailing list
When I click on a link to a software program, I get a 404
I sometimes remove programs that I feel are of marginal use or are about
topics I am no longer interested in. Notably, I have removed from my website
anything and everything about Chess Variants (with the exception of ChessV)
and files related to a Linux distribution I made which fits in only 20
megs (it doesn't support newer hardware), not to mention some hacks I made to
before Dillo development started
up again and Dillo 2.0 was released.
I presume there is no interest in these files; if I am mistaken, please
tell me you miss a certain program and I will see if
it's possible to find it in my archives.