RE: [ga] Transfers - Bankruptcy Clause
Right now, I am trying to hear Registrant voices, and you're a reseller,
sorry, but your opinion that the TF is incapable of dealing with more than
one problem at the same time is noted. The view from here is that we have
the opportunity to remove an area of future abuse as well as sorting out an
existing one after the event, which can be done by a simple stroke of the
pen to delete the clause. This wouldn't adversely affect anyone and if
registrars want to introduce such a clause, frankly, IT CAN WAIT.
From: William X Walsh [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, April 05, 2002 9:01 PM
To: Joanna Lane
Cc: Ross Wm. Rader; DannyYounger@cs.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [ga] Transfers - Bankruptcy Clause
Friday, Friday, April 05, 2002, 5:38:55 PM, Joanna Lane wrote:
> Look Ross, as you very well know, it's nonsense to say "it never came up
And as you very well know, this issue is not the reason why the
transfer task force was created. It was created because of the
policies of a couple registrars who wanted to stop the flood of
transfers away from their horribly overpriced and customer service
lacking registrars, and so took Draconian measures that have resulted
in great hardship to registrants.
This is an issue that is effecting registrants on a DAILY BASIS. Your
little problem with this clause is not effecting anyone, is not
pressing business, and frankly, IT CAN WAIT.
William X Walsh <email@example.com>
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