RE: [registrars] Call for registrars to participate in an implementation analysis for TRANSFERS
You are correct. The dialog needs to be constructive and believe that it
From: Robert F. Connelly [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, December 24, 2002 11:12 AM
To: Gomes, Chuck
Cc: Registrar Constituency; Duane Connelly; Mieko Umezu; Dan Busarow
Subject: RE: [registrars] Call for registrars to participate in an
implementation analysis for TRANSFERS
At 11:01 AM 12/24/02 -0500, Gomes, Chuck wrote:
Dear Chuck: I appreciate your comment. But the operative words are
"constructive dialog". I have seen that as a missing element of much that
is going on in this debate.
Duane contacted Elana in Shanghai with a specific grievance and she passed
him off with the statement that they have their rules and there can be no
The problem was that their system was to send a complex message in English
which the registrant could not understand.
One of the elements of the proposed settlement is that the lack of a reply
should not justify a nack.
Things are *so* organized in our town!
How organized are they?
They are so organized that --
even the boulevard stop signs are synchronized;-}