Re: [ga] Press Release Warns Internet Users about ICANN
This message just shows me how irresponsible you are being in your
First of all, the ORSC does not run TLDs. They run a root zone, which
is available via AXFR. I know this for a fact. I did an axfr before
posting this message just to make sure that nothing had changed in the
months since I last did one.
As for the TLDs themselves, you have to make arrangements with the TLD
operators themselves. That has nothing to do with the ORSC.
It seems to me you have not expended any effort at all before posting
incorrect and irresponsible criticism of the ORSC. As I said before,
I do not agree with the ORSC's positions, but in this case, you owe
them a clear apology.
Thursday, July 06, 2000, 2:08:35 PM, you wrote:
> I requested the zones and the ORSC folks have denied me access to the
> zones. I don't think the 'O' in ORSC stands for open anymore.
> You can prove me wrong, post how to get the zone files, an axfr would
> do me just fine if it worked.
> All I want is their "root" and the zones they serve, NSI allows me to have
> the gTLD zones and the "ICANN root" is available via anonymous ftp.
> If ORSC is open then why are they reluctant to give up these files, after
> all I just want to do some growth stats on them. Doesn't ORSC want their
> growth verified by an 3rd party?
> what are you afraid of?
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