Yesterday I had the pleasure of looking deeper into the upcoming DNS over HTTPS (or DoH). It will ensure that just like your traffic, the websites you visit can't be monitored nor easily censored by your ISP or any intermediary. It's a long overdue idea which I'm glad to hear is finally happening.

I wanted to know when the Linux networking system is going to implement native support for the technology as well. In many cases this might not be of great importance, as the home router typically handles those things whereas DoH will be implemented in web browsers directly. But it would still be interesting to know when we can expect it as a builtin feature that can be used system wide... so for instance, system commands like "curl" or "zypper dup" can also benefit from them.