Re: [ga] Public Statement to the Boards of Afilias, Neulevel, ICANN and the Subcommittee for Telecommunications and the Internet
I do support WXW here 100%.
I personnally manage more DNs (2500) than many small Registrars. It would
make quite a lot of sense for me to become a Registrar would I find someone
able to run that kind of show in French as well as in English. I would have
probably a lot of developments from that, but still privately as what
I propose are turnkey sites on lease. Being a Registrar would save money
and provide stability to me.
I would be interested in knowing if any one has the same need, experience,
interest and investigated further more about the cons and pros.
On 04:26 05/04/02, William X Walsh said:
>Again, Richard, can you please direct me to where you see a
>requirement that Registrars have a public service available?
>I can find no such requirement, but I may be missing something.
>I, for one, would have a problem with such a requirement, as I
>can see a justification for someone to become a registrar to provide
>domain registration services to a select group of clients, and have no
>interest in dealing with the general public. And I do not see any
>harm from that, since the public has numerous other registrars which
>they can choose to do business with.
>I do not believe such a requirement exists, nor do I believe it should
>exist, so I am trying to understand the nature of your complaint and
>what exactly you are seeking as a solution.
>William X Walsh <email@example.com>
>Save Internet Radio!
>CARP will kill Webcasting!
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