Re: [nc-org] Final version of ORG policy statement for public comment
On Thu, 27 Sep 2001, at 22:51 [=GMT-0400], Milton Mueller wrote:
> Please, only minor language changes at this
> point. --MM
I am quite happy with the text. Thanks. Two typing errors, and one
thing at the end.
> NAMES COUNCIL .ORG DIVESTITURE TASK FORCE
> Statement of Policy (v 3.1, September 27, 2001) ...
> Specifically: the new entity:
> * Must not evict existing registrants who don't
> conform to its target ommunity. ...
> 4. ICANN Policies
> .ORG's administration must be consistent with
> policies defined through ICANN processes, such as
> policies regarding registrar accreditation, shared
> registry access, dispute resolution, and access to
> registration contact data. The new entity must not
> alter the technical protocols it uses in ways that
> would impair the ability of accredited registrars to
> sell names t end users.
> 5. Follow Up
> The DNSO Task Force developing ORG policy
> should review the request for proposals prepared by the
> ICANN staff prior to its public dissemination to
> ensure that it accurately reflects the DNSO policy.
> Its approval is required before publishing the request
> for proposals.
Again: add here something about not barring applications by huge
application fees? Or is this included in 'approval ... request for