Welcome to IPFS, matyapiro31! be.libre looks cool.
Hopefully somebody will be able to help you with your question.
AFAIK, go-ipfs resolves DNS using Go’s
DefaultResolver (https://godoc.org/net#hdr-Name_Resolution). That should resolve using whatever your system is used to resolve.
IPFS public gateways etc are not configured to resolve using OpenNIC though.
Then, it’s going to be solved when someone gets started with OpenNIC domain supported server?
Open an issue on https://github.com/ipfs/go-ipfs about OpenNIC support . Is there a regular DNS domain that can handle OpenNIC resolution?
i.e. .eth domains (something.eth) can be resolved natively or also using a regular
something.eth.link. Is there an equivalent for OpenNIC?
I think there are 3 options.
- Add OpenNIC to server
- create a repository for
- add feature to change dns server from arguments, or subdomain