[nc-transfer] Fw: FINAL: Inter-Registrar Domain Name Transfers: Principles and Processes for Gaining and Losing Registrars
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff" <email@example.com>
To: "Ross Wm. Rader" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 10, 2002 11:46 AM
Subject: Re: FINAL: Inter-Registrar Domain Name Transfers: Principles and
Processes for Gaining and Losing Registrars
> Hi Ross,
> A couple of minor errors -
> Section 6:
> I think the legend and Diagram 6, still do not match.
> The legend shows the shaded boxes as "Gaining Registrar", and the white
> boxes as "Losing Registrar", however the boxes labeled 7b to 7h are all
> related to the Losing Registrar BUT they are shaded..
> Perhaps, a better legend would be:
> - shaded box - Losing Registrar
> - white box - Registry
> Section 8:
> Para 8-b and sub 8-b-i, refer to section "9.a.i above".. I think your
> Appendix A:
> Entries 'NACK' and 'Non-acknowledgement of Transfer Request' - to be
> technically correct, perhaps it should state "Negative-acknowledgement of
> Transfer Request".. After all, stating Non-acknowledgement could easily
> interpreted as "Non sending an acknowledgement", whereas
> Negative-acknowledgement could only mean "Sending a NO response"..
> And a question or 2 -
> With 'Registrar Lock', we know there are some unscrupulous Registrars who
> do implement the lock on all the domain names they support.. Some of them
> do not give the Registrant any control over the lock and refuse to remove
> the lock (or may remove it after the Registrant jump through various hoops
> and additional costs).. The document clearly states the Registrar cannot
> implement the lock to secure payment, however is/has there been any
> consideration of some way to force the release of the lock ???
> Typically it would show up with the valid registrant wishing to make the
> IRDX, however it fails as unknown to them, the Losing Registrar has
> the lock. Would these processes also cover that or is there some other
> section that can be used to kick them where it hurts ???
> Otherwise, great job well done.. IF all the Registrars do agree to play
> these rules, then most transfers will be very predictable..
> Talk to you latter
> Jeff Kerr
> Thanks & regards
> Jeff Kerr
> Technical Administrator
> Domain Names Head Office & Mobile Phone Spares
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Ross Wm. Rader" <email@example.com>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Thursday, October 10, 2002 11:15 PM
> Subject: FINAL: Inter-Registrar Domain Name Transfers: Principles and
> Processes for Gaining and Losing Registrars
> > I would like to draw your attention to the final policy draft concerning
> > transfers. It can be found at
> > http://www.dnso.org/clubpublic/nc-transfer/Arc00/msg00570.html
> > The Task Force will be soliciting formal public comment shorlty. As TF
> > I will also be soliciting the input of the constituency in parallel,
> > effective immediately. Please feel free to share your comments with me
> > this list or offline via email or voice via any of the numbers below.
> > Thanks,
> > -rwr
> > -------------------------------
> > Ross Wm. Rader
> > Director, Innovation & Research
> > Tucows Inc.
> > tel: 416.538.5492
> > fax: 416.531.1257