RE: Re: [ga] Re: VeriSign Proposal a Done Deal??
Since 1996, there have been potential domain name holders who have
requested some sort of wait list service in case domain names are
released into the available pool. The service at the registrar level
was a response to this demand. Putting the service at the registry
level improves the value of the service for potential registrants.
The value to the Internet community therefore seems rather obvious to
me. But, if there is none as you suggest, then the service will be a
failure. On the other hand, if there is demand and hence value, it will
succeed. The level of success will depend on how much demand and value
there is. The best way to test it is to let the market prove it one way
> -----Original Message-----
> From: DPF [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Friday, January 04, 2002 10:24 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Re: [ga] Re: VeriSign Proposal a Done Deal??
> On Fri, 4 Jan 2002 19:16:12 -0800, William X Walsh
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> >Friday, Friday, January 04, 2002, 6:39:08 PM, DPF wrote:
> >> The Verisign proposal IMO muddies the role of the registry
> and I can
> >> see little of benefit for the wider internet community
> (especially at
> >> the outrageous price level suggested). However I welcome
> input from
> >> Verisign as to what benefits they see this bringing.
> >You mean besides the obvious financial benefit they would accrue?
> I meant for the internet community rather than to Verisign :-)
> The benefits for Verisign are rather obvious indeed!
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