Internet infrastructure

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This page collects the institutions that are critical to the core infrastructure of the internet and their publicly accessible resources. They are listed here in no particular order.

IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority)

ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers)

Mailing lists

This list is incomplete. The following is a list of all mailing lists known to exist or have existed, compiled from several sources (search engines, Wayback Machine, ArchiveBot crawl of the list above). Those listed only as /mailman/listinfo/ do not have publicly accessible archives. Others are not listed in Mailman (anymore?) but have accessible archives under /pipermail/.

A long list of mailing lists


At-Large uses the same system but has some separate mailing lists on its own domain. As of May 2022, they are accessible through the domain as well, but is the canonical location for these. Further, for many lists, there exists an alias of for x. Otherwise, the same caveats as for mm apply.

A not-as-long list of mailing lists


Most recent individual meetings have own domains as well:

IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force)

IAB (Internet Architecture Board)

RIRs (Regional Internet Registries)


Mailing lists

This list is incomplete. The following mailing lists are known to exist as of 2022-06-01:






NRO (Number Resource Organization)

Coordinating body of the RIRs

Root DNS servers

NTP (Network Time Protocol)

CA/Browser Forum

ISOC (Internet Society)