Re: [alac] [fwd] [council] re proposed resolution for issues report on deletednames (from: email@example.com)
- To: "Roberto Gaetano" <alac_liaison@xxxxxxxxxxx>, alac@xxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: [alac] [fwd] [council] re proposed resolution for issues report on deletednames (from: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- From: Izumi AIZU <aizu@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 08 Jan 2005 10:57:36 +0900
I also quite agree with Jean and Roberto that auctioning the names in
general is not desireable for the public interest. It gives more opportunity
for those who have eccessive money.
I am also concerned about the bad behaviors of registrars.
At 15:33 05/01/07 +0100, Roberto Gaetano wrote:
FYI, I am aware of enough evidence of some disruption of registrar
services due to "creative" processing. However, I agree that we should
base a statement on public info.
For the record, I agree with the statement that deleted names should be
free (in the sense that they should be publicly available, not taken as
hostage by regiustries or registrars). Moreover, I am strongly opposed to
*any* auction. The point is that if we start by accepting auctions on
expired/deleted names, we establish a principle that can be used in the
future by registries/registrars on auctioning *any* domain name. This
might sound irrelevant if we think of .com or any already well-established
TLD, but I'm sure you see the point for the future new TLDs.
ICANN BoD Liaison
From: Jean Armour Polly <mom@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: Thomas Roessler <roessler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [alac] [fwd] [council] re proposed resolution for issues
report on deleted names (from: philip.sheppard@xxxxxx)
Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2005 23:01:54 -0500
Thanks for forwarding, It seems far from neutral to me. I would have to
have more data to START from the premise that "the re-selling of certain
deleted or expiring names has lead to unforeseen strains on the ability
of registries and registrars to manage their business efficiently" and
that it has affected the "service level provided to users and the meaning
of ICANN accredited as it applies to registrars."
I think expired domain names want to be free- meaning expired ones
should go back to the public to be re-purchased. I certainly don't think
their former registrars have any right at all to auction them and keep
the spoils. I'm sure there's a way to auction them through a
disinterested third party. I agree that resarch should be done and a
Jean Armour Polly
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