Re: [ga] RE: [icann-delete] WLS Input - Greatest Good vs. Benefitsof the Few
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- Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2002 14:25:52 -0800
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>Perhaps you can clear up, Ron, exactly what percentage of new
>registrations those 75 non-participating registrars are responsible
>for (exclusing Verisign's own registrar, of course, whose conflict of
>interest is clear).
>The number of registrars is less important to me, and probably to
>most, than the number of registrations they are responsible for.
Using some data available
(bowrrowing David's math from
can anyone please help with the blanks?
AW Registry (all west) mike brown opposed
1.80% ENOM - Paul opposed
1.07% Tim - GoDaddy opposed
Ken Stubbs - CORE/NC
Bob Connly - PSI Japan obstain
11.17% Elona - Register.com opposed
Donny Simonton - Intercosmos opposed
Steve - DomainBank opposed
Margie - Mark Monitor obstain
45.45% Bruce Bechwith - Verisign Registrar n/c
Steinrl - Active ISP obstain
4.34% Bruce Tonkin - MelborneIT opposed
5.23% Tom - Bulk Registrar opposed
1.51% Geoge - Dotster opposed
Sigfried - Joker opposed
8.38% Ross - Tucows opposed
2.66% Werner - CORE opposed
Tom - Slund.de opposed
Jason - Media Venture
Alice's - Rick opposed
David W - IA Registry opposed
Speed Names - Nicoli opposed
Rob - NameScout opposed
>If those 75 are responsible, collectively, for less than 50% of new
>registrations, and it wouldn't surprise me if the percentage was
>VASTLY lower than that, then your points here are really
>insignificant, and self serving.
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