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There are dozens of mailing lists that one can be engaged in to discuss the development and growth of ISC Internet infrastructure software and projects, such as BIND and our new DHCP server Kea. Developers and key contributors also maintain a wiki, which contains information about ISC development and related projects. You can also find ISC represented on a variety of different social networking sites.
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A Request for Comments (RFC) is a publication of the Internet Engineering Task Force and the Internet Society. Learn how ISC has contributed to multiple RFCs relevant to DNS and DHCP protocols.
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