Re: [ga] Domain name redemption: Supplemental paper / post-deletion transfers
Interesting how everyone seems to address everything in deleted
process BUT domain hoarding of thousands of domains by Verisign
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First and foremost, this domain hoarding issue needs to be solved
before any Redemptions or WLS's have any value whatsoever.
Thomas Roessler wrote on 2/21/02
> ICANN has published a supplemental paper on the Redemption Grace
> Period Proposal,
> In short, registrar processes remain mostly unchanged, registries
> should be allowed to take a "cost-recovery service charge". (But
> you read this on icann.blog already. ;-)
> What's more interesting is the section on "Enabling Registrants to
> Choose the Renewing Registrar". Yes, folks, you read this
> correctly: What this paper seems to be proposing is nothing less
> than post-deletion (!!) domain transfers without any involvement of
> the loosing registrar. I sense a new work item for the transfers
> task force when it comes to the implementation of this.
> Note, however, that this only makes sense when a hoarding policy is
> introduced first: Using redemption for registrar transfers can only
> work if registrant knows rather precisely at which point of time the
> delete command will be issued.
> Comments? Should we possibly propose such a policy? If so, I
> suppose we should have something ready before Ghana.
> Thomas Roessler http://log.does-not-exist.org/
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