RE: [nc-deletes] NSI's Comment on Deletions
Can't do Monday -- flying. Wednesday's OK.
>Tim Ruiz wrote:
>> I spoke with Brian yesterday before he submitted the comments.
>> I understood him to be concerned that enforcing the deletion of the
>> or a registry auto-delete, would be the greater of two evils.
>> By not requiring deletion, there is the potential that registrars may
>> or warehouse domains. But there are already provisions in the RAA to
>> that, if they are just enforced.
>> By requiring the deletion, there is the potential that registrants
>> their domains unintentionally, or at least be required to pay the high
>> redemption fees to get it back.
>This wasn't clear to me from the comments. In fact, it's completely
>unclear to me exactly which portion of the "uniform deletion practice"
>he is referring to. It seems that he is objecting to the entire concept
>of requiring that names be deleted without a renewal, which is
>unsurprising considering that NSI has historically had one of the
>largest stockpiles of unrenewed yet undeleted names.
>> This also seems to be part of what Marcia Wells is getting to in her
>Is it? It seems to me a lot of her arguments indicate that names should
>get deleted *faster*.
>> BTW, when do we meet again?
>Now that the comment period is closed, we should do so soon.
>Unfortunately, I already have calls scheduled at our usual time
>throughout the rest of the week. How about Monday?