e164.arpa is a better system
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I have to agree with everyone else who objects to this version
of .tel: I don't see anything in the proposal that can't be done
better with e164.arpa.
Also, making the service provider the actual registrant bothers
me as much as it bothers Larry Boston. It looks like a new way
to give service providers more power over consumers, while
vastly complicating the subscribers life if something goes
And the lame-ass astroturf campaign is not inspiring any
confidence in Pulver, either. *Of course* the service providers
are going to support something designed to make money for them.
The repeated form letters do nothing but reinforce the
impression that even Pulver's consitituents don't understand the
full implications of a .tel TLD.
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