[ga] FW: Stability of the Internet?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Roeland Meyer
> Sent: Wednesday, May 23, 2001 9:22 AM
> To: 'email@example.com'; Roeland Meyer
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
> Subject: RE: Stability of the Internet?
> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Sent: Monday, May 21, 2001 4:02 PM
> > > Since INT is for intenational treaty organization, the use
> > of INT internally
> > > would create a collision. Thereby, masking the entire INT
> > TLD from the
> > > clueless org that did that. In past /ICANN/DNSO discussions
> > it has been
> > > suggested, that we reserve a LOCAL or PRIVATE TLD for
> > internal use only. Let
> > > me know what y'all think and which one y'all prefer. My
> > personal preference
> > > is for both (three tiered <Internet>/Local/Private). The
> > next question is;
> > > should this be an RFC?
> > INT was originally earmarked for multinational
> > organizations. It
> > was then inclusive of INTernet infrastructure and only
> > later was
> > the multinational charter clarified to restrict these groups to
> > international treaty organizations.
> > There is work being done in the IETF to create such a private
> > use TLD.
> Where? Also, this may bring on a jurisdiction issue with
> ICANN/DNSO. It is the ICANN that is recommending new TLDs to
> the DOC, not the IETF. In order tfor that effort to comply
> with WIP process, it should make attempts to surface within
> relevent ICANN activity as well. Otherwise, ICANN doesn't
> know about it and can't make appropriate recommendations. I'm
> very much involved in that area and they are invisible to
> every one, in the DNSO. This effects the open/transparent
> process and if they don't want to catch a LOT of political
> flak (consider this fair-warning), they need to widen the
> visibility of their effort. This effects ICANN policy
> directly and IETF isn't a policy org. They are a PSO, not a DNSO.
> ROELAND M.J. MEYER
> /USG/DOC/NTIA/ICANN/DNSO member
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