Mathias Homann wrote:
Am Donnerstag, 21. November 2019, 20:55:50 CET schrieb Gerald Pfeifer:
On Sat 2019-11-16, Mathias Homann wrote:
not too impressive, even more so when seeing that the SOA record for suse de is still pointing at firstname.lastname@example.org...
As part of the carve out of SUSE from Micro Focus SUSE gradually is building up our own IT infrastructure and services.
That takes a bit, and while overall SUSE is now operating as an independent company, there are some services on the IT side that Micro Focus still provides during a transition period. Colleagues are working on reducing/removing that with high priority.
they don't actually provide - email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org both do not work right now, email@example.com bounces after being aliased onto a nonexisting @suse.de address, and firstname.lastname@example.org isn't read by anyone.
*not* a good thing.
Feel free to open tickets if you want. I'm not sure if hostmaster@suse is really required when the DNS is provided by Microfocus. Unless you have seen hostmaster@suse in an SOA record somewhere?
postmaster - yeah, that ought to go to someone.
Seriously, updating the relevant whois and dns entries should have been one of the first things.
Seriously - update to what? Nothing has changed in that respect.