Re: [ga] the NC takes the next step
On Wed, 06 Jun 2001 01:18:32 -0400, you wrote:
>on 6/5/01 9:22 PM, Joop Teernstra at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> At 11:03 5/06/01 +0200, Jefsey Morfin wrote:
>>> Will the ccTLDs attend?
>> Since they have decided to withdraw from the DNSO , I doubt it.
>> But if they want to become an SO in their own right, they may well decide
>> on some form of DN holder representation from within their own customer base.
>> It would do much for their credibility as a country-oriented "shadow DNSO".
>The argument to that is that there is a fundamental conflict of interest for
>the ccTLDSO to represent both themselves and their client. If the ccTLDs
>represent 244 countries and each has 1 vote on an issue, how many votes do
>registrants have? The balance of power has to be created by a separate SO
>for registrants, so that the ccTLDSO vote and the RegsitrantSO is
>commensurate, one vote each. I would like to hear from the ccTLDs on this
It is worth remembering that some ccTLDs are primarily controlled by
their customers. ISOCNZ controls *.nz and most members are just
ordinary users. Not to say such control has always been there but we
should be careful about assuming that ccTLD registries are directly
comparable to gTLD registries. The latter are just a business seeking
to make money, the formers are a variety of forms.
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