RE: [nc-imptransfer] Proposed Criteria
We might also need to consider the issue of national regulation, which
wrongfully or rightly may be an obstacle to implementation of the
Currently a few registrars are 'hiding' behind local consumer protection
regulation, thereby in effect blocking all transfers away.
Incidentally, the practice is breaking even more 'serious' national (and
often EU-wide) regulation on consumer choice and free competition.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gomes, Chuck [mailto:cgomes@veriSign.com]
> Sent: 8. januar 2003 17:15
> To: 'firstname.lastname@example.org'; email@example.com
> Subject: RE: [nc-imptransfer] Proposed Criteria
> This is very helpful. I would suggest that we consider
> adding something
> like this, directed primarily at registrars who participate
> in the NC-Imp:
> Is there evidence to indicate that there is strong support
> among registrars?
> I think there is a broad enough representation on the NC-Imp
> to get a good
> feel for this. My presumption here is that registrars will
> need to agree to
> an amendment to their agreements with registries and ICANN,
> so if there is
> not strong support by registrars, it may be difficult to
> implement the new
> Chuck Gomes
> VeriSign Com Net Registry
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ross Wm. Rader [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 08, 2003 11:07 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [nc-imptransfer] Proposed Criteria
> The charter proposals makes the implication that those preparing an
> analysis as contemplated under the "Call for Analysis" will have to
> apply a set of feasibility criteria to the recommendations as part of
> the process. This in turn implies that the committee should probably
> provide the analysts with some criteria by which they can
> conduct their
> review. I have taken the liberty of preparing the following
> criteria in
> anticipation of this requirement. Hopefully this will save us some
> working time this afternoon. As with the earlier proposals, these
> probably could use some review and refinement by the group. I
> hope that
> you all find this a useful way to get a head start on our work-load.
> Proposed Review Criteria
> Each party conducting an analysis of the Transfer TF recommendations
> should apply these criteria to each recommendation based on
> the results
> gathered from their own organization.
> 1. Can the recommendation be proceduralized within your organization?
> 1a. If yes, what system would you use to implement and
> administer the procedure?
> 1b. If no, what are the obstacles preventing the
> proceduralization of the recommendation within your organization?
> 1c. If the recommendation can be proceduralized, what level of
> conformance/deviance does your current system have to the
> procedure you
> envision supporting the recommendation?
> 2. If the recommendation can be proceduralized, what
> resources would be
> required to implement and administer the procedure and system in your
> organization? (examples of typical resource requirements include the
> human, technical, experiental, etc. resources necessary to implement a
> 2a. What costs are associated with these resources? (This should
> be specifically quantified, however terms such as
> "Significant, based on
> the size of our organization and our current cash flow" or "Minimal
> based on past experience" would also be acceptable. The more specific,
> the more useful the answers will be to the implementation committee)
> "There's a fine line between fishing and standing on the shore like an
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