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Comments about the Register Operator Proposal Options
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  • Subject: Comments about the Register Operator Proposal Options
  • From: eventregistry@xxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 22 Aug 2003 23:49:43 +1000
  • Wrom: HGSWZIDREXCAXZOWCONEUQZAAFXISHJEXXIMQZUIVOT

Establishment of new sTLDs: Request for Proposals

Registry Operator Proposal :

Option A: This option may be used when an applicant (Sponsoring Organization) proposes to enter into a contract for registry operation services with a Registry Operator that already has an existing agreement with ICANN for the operation of one or more unsponsored gTLDs (and has therefore already previously satisfied all the requirements intended to be addressed in the material to be provided in a Registry Operator's Proposal), provided that: (a) the proposed Registry Operator is in compliance with all material terms of its existing agreement with ICANN for the provision of registry services and (b) the proposed Registry Operator is indeed itself currently providing the registry services under its existing agreement with ICANN and has not subcontracted these operations to another party. The eligible Registry Operators are listed in Appendix C.

 

Question:

Does this mean only Generic TLD ICANN Accredited Registry Operators or can it also mean ICANN Approved ccTLD Registry Operators ?   If yes - then you are limiting competition , If the ccTLD also listed in Appendix C then - This would provide a greater competition for registry services and they all need to meet your operational requirements as set down in the various ICANN gTLD and ccTLD Agreements.

Sincerely

Brian Burnett

 


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