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RE: [ga] Older Registrations
The original TLD applications to whom?
The Postel ones?
Why not give some precedence to the TLDs in the existing
alternate roots. After all, those can be said to be "older registrations"
and they are "legitimized" by the fact that alternate root services operate
only by consensus.
Quite a bit of consensus exists out there- in fact there are probably 1000
or more ISPs who offer some form of augmented root cache.
Peter de Blanc
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Simon
Sent: Wednesday, March 29, 2000 3:15 AM
To: email@example.com; William X. Walsh
Cc: Christopher Ambler; Elisabeth Porteneuve
Subject: Re: [ga] Older Registrations
Well... today CORE (your "unauthorized registrars") act as registrars, so
why not let the original TLD applicants act as registries to the
registrars? Economically this is a very sound move as it creates growth for
everyone involved, and provides momentum for ICANN.
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