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Re: [ga] nTLD going gTLD
If it is taken out of context, Mr McClurg, please quote the relevent sections
that support your hypothesis below.
On 05-Jan-2000 Gerald W. McClurg wrote:
> Yes the ccTLD does belong to the coutnry and the people of the country. If
> the registry manager is outside the country, as in many instances, and
> refuses to abide by the concerns, rules, laws, local standards of conduct,
> of the country it is pretty hard to take exception with the country for the
> mismanangment of the ccTLD as a gTLD. The snippet of RC 1591 given
> below is a typical misquote out of context. The paragraph in 1591 actually
> refers to the the registry manager not having delusions of ownership. The
> country does definitely own its country code and its ccTLD.
>> >From RFC 1591:
>> "Concerns about "rights" and "ownership" of domains are
>> inappropriate. It is appropriate to be concerned about
>> "responsibilities" and "service" to the community."
>> Bill Semich
>> .NU Domain
> Date sent: Tue, 04 Jan 2000 16:35:00 -0500
> To: email@example.com
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org (J. William Semich)
> Subject: Re: [ga] nTLD going gTLD
>> At 03:47 PM 1/4/00 -0500, email@example.com wrote:
>> > Don't you think that ccTLDs should be a National Patrimony and
>> >as such, should belong to the people of such country?
> Gerald W. McClurg
> Technical Advisor to the GAC Representative from Niue
> Technical Services Group / THC Inc
> Silver Spring, MD USA
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