Re: [ga] RE: Re: [ga-roots] Re: ICANN Policy -- revised version
Dassa, do you have any idea how many roots and TLDs there are
right now? Do you know how many online registration systems are
in place and how many of the TLDs are represented in them?
There will be a rush? The rush is on - big time.
On 17 Jun 2001, at 15:21, Dassa wrote:
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> |> But Afilias didn't threat to start another root, if they don't get the
> requested TLD.
> |> ICANN was hesitating to give out that particular TLD, but now TUCOWS
> |> the gun at ICANN's head (to use the recently mentioned image).
> I think it was more like TUCOWS pointing out the economic realities of the
> situation. If ICANN recognises any of the so called alt.root TLD's then
> there will be one all mighty rush by everyone to establish root servers and
> new TLD's.
> Darryl (Dassa) Lynch.
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