Re: [ga] Re: anyone notice fallout from this?
Common mistake, but it seems that you've got things mixed up. There is a
namespace within each root. Specific namespace within specific roots
doesn't conflict with specific namespace in another specific root - that is
unless someone is foolish enough to try to query multiple roots for
resolution service. There is one authoritative root, one USG root and many
"competitive/alternative/etc" roots. Most people choose to view the USG root
as being authoritative.
These facts render your aspersions false. If you wish to govern the
resources and coordination of a different root differently, that's fine. If
you wish to participate in the management of this one, that's also fine.
Just please, try not to get the two confused as it really slows down the
other substantive work of this assembly.
> The internet has one namespace, not one root. If someone goes and
> causes instability by creating collisions, that is wrong. If someone (or
> is hell-bent at destroying any and all competition and is willing to
> the internet by moving an entire ccTLD to gtld servers that are on an
> colliding version of a TLD, that too is wrong.
> 1: The Neulevel BIZ is illegitimate because it was not the first to
> be in continuous operation. In the opinion of a growing number of
> people, ICANN and Neulevel perpetrated a theft.
> 2: The reason that they moved .US gtld servers under .BIZ was
> to try to harm the competiton by trying to force the ever-growing
> list of ISPs using inclusive namespace root servers to switch
> back. They failed.
> 3: Typical of ICANN apologists, the poster tries to take an act
> of sabatoge and theft (perpetrated by you know who) that was intended
> to try and stamp out legitimate businesses, and turns around
> and tries to blame the intended victims.
> Sorry - wrong answer, but thank you for playing
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