[ga] RE: This is not working for positive results.
I think I have a history of responding to questions on this list and
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eric Dierker [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 11:39 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Cc: George Kirikos; Gomes, Chuck; 'Joop Teernstra'; email@example.com;
> Subject: This is not working for positive results.
> Dear Mr. Gomes,
> I have gotten some feed back on a working group.
> One of the best is from Mr. Walsh;
> If we form a consensus on a dozen questions to ask would you
> be willing
> to use your good efforts to answer them for us?
> Based upon those answers we would put forth our position by
> the end of January.
> Due to the short fuse this would be informal but based upon
> your willingness here
> I think we could all move forth in good faith.
> We here in the GA would at least form a reasonable position
> and you would have
> the value of consumer desires that may help to a large degree
> in your public
> Mr. Raders' and this post illustrate the combined desire to
> move forward
> I am testing ga-icann for this purpose but am not yet confirmed.
> I again ask Mr. Wesson and Mr. Walsh to chair such a group or
> at least facilitate
> volunteer chair.
> The Ga membership has an historic opportunity to give the
> impact it warrants and
> largest industry Giant VRSN seems willing to work directly
> with us to shape
> Please join with me in creating a scenario that contributes
> greatly to the
> of a proper working order of our mission.
> Abel Wisman wrote:
> > assembly,
> > sorry to intrude again, but.....
> > in the analogy, even if the property manager IS allowed,
> this subscription is
> > never more then one month lease, iow 1/12 of $ 6 and not
> equal to 7 years
> > however, while you are going to answer a few question mr
> Gomes, perhaps the
> > following ones can be taken to answer to:
> > 1. I do read the proposal right, where it says the $ 40 is
> for ONE year
> > waitlist, and has to be renewed after that year ?
> > 2. where does the registry obtain the right to sell these
> domains, after they
> > are deleted, or perhaps we have a different dictionary ?
> mine states that
> > deletion means:
> > Pronunciation: di-'lEt, dE-
> > Function: transitive verb
> > Inflected Form(s): de·let·ed; de·let·ing
> > Etymology: Latin deletus, past participle of delEre to
> wipe out, destroy
> > Date: circa 1605
> > : to eliminate especially by blotting out, cutting out, or erasing
> > now as far as i know, the registry is supposed to delete
> any name that is not
> > paid for (renewal) or otherwise offered for deletion.
> > from that I conclude that the sale of the domain is
> illegal, since while it
> > is owned prior to deletion, by a registrant, the registry
> has no power over
> > the domain and once it is deleted it no longer exists,
> henceforth this
> > question.
> > Should the plan be based on transfer (XFER) then the direct
> permission of the
> > owner is needed nad needs to be paid for (assumption)
> > Since these are basic questions on all proposals, i would
> like to see these
> > answered, since being a part of any illegal transaction is
> something my
> > council has advised against, on grounds they understand
> better then I do, but
> > it had to do with penal institutions, which does not sound
> as being a
> > comfortable hotel.
> > Of course even if the above were answered in a way that
> some rights could be
> > obtained from somewhere, then i still believe that (and i
> would like this
> > hypothesis answered to) the additional value placed upon
> the domain could
> > influence the current registrant to re-evaluate his/her
> position in the
> > decision of not renewing, keeping that knowledge from the
> registrant shoudl
> > then make way for a nice lawsuit
> > thank you for the time to answer
> > regards
> > abel
> > On Wednesday 09 January 2002 2:59 am, George Kirikos wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > >
> > > --- "Gomes, Chuck" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > > George,
> > > >
> > > > Let me change the analogy. Is it okay for a property
> manager to have
> > > > a
> > > > waiting list?
> > >
> > > I've noticed that Chuck never actually ANSWERS a question
> (I'm still
> > > waiting patiently for the answers to prior questions), but simply
> > > answers a question with his own question. I shall set the example,
> > > though, by answering his question.
> > >
> > > Is it ok for a property manager to have a waiting list?
> > >
> > > The answer is: MAYBE.
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