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Re: About .eu - Was: Re: [ga] Meeting on the creation of .EU TLD
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On 20-Mar-2000 DPF wrote:
> On Sun, 19 Mar 2000 15:36:27 -0800 (PST), William X. Walsh wrote:
>>>>I write to request you assistance in passing the following invitation
>>>>those within your constituencies who may have an interest in the
>>>>of a .EU TLD.
>>Are not applications for new Top Level Domains premature until a process
>>under which applications can be accepted and processed? Why should the group
>>wanting to introduce .EU have any standing ahead of any other proposals and
>>applications for new Top Level Domain registries?
> Because .eu is a ccTLD not a gTLD.
OK. But that is not how it is being presented. I understand they are pursuing
ISO-3166 recognition, but they are proposing the TLD seperate from that
process. With ISO-3166 recognition, nothing more than the standard IANA
application for delegation of the ccTLD is necessary.
So if they are going the ccTLD route, what is there to discuss here?
William X. Walsh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Fax: 877-860-5412 or +1-559-851-9192
GPG/PGP Key at http://userfriendly.com/wwalsh.gpg
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