[nc-transfer] RE: [ga] [ncdnhc-discuss] Re: WLS proposal
Paul - not sure that we're talking about the same thing here. The idea
floated on the call was to create a cooling off period after the
proposed Redemption Grace Period...more comments below...
> Ross, I don't think I agree, for practical reasons.
> 1) How would the registrant "get it back"? how do we
> validate that the guy who says he was the registrant was
> actually the registrant?
Covered by the RGP proposal
> 2) for that matter, who is legally, the registrant, or the
> registrar-of-record during the period after the registrar
> issues the delete?
Covered by the RGP proposal.
> 3) Speculators will "delete" their names, see if anyone calls
> to bid on it, then get it back (method to be determined) in
> either case. Speculators may be constantly deleting and
> getting names back.
This is also covered by the RGP proposal. Further, there wasn't any
recovery available to the registrant post-RGP during the cooling off
period. Once in the cooling off period, the name would be eentually
deleted, regardless of any claims or potential claims to it.
> 4) Lottery, .biz, fiasco.
Not contemplated by this proposition. I believe it was Jamie Love that
had proposed using auctions to disperse the names post-delete. The
cooling tank proposal only considered FCFS.
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