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||Sat, March 3, 2001 at 11:48 PM GMT
||Microsoft Internet Explorer V5.5 using Windows 98
Well, I thought that the
Internet Community had ownership of the namespace not individuals/companies/government
etc., The cost for a domain name is the administration cost for the use of that name.
The creation of additional strings to expand the Main Internet Space and thus create
growth for the NET. |
I haven't heard of any of the other Alternative Root Servers
being agreed upon by any other governments or recognized international bodies other
ORSC website is non-functional, IRSC again non-funtional, Until
the Alternative Root Servers can show to the Internet Community a Stable alternative
they will not provide the platform for the greater internet.
Regarding me, I was
part of one of the unsuccessful Applications for the new TLDs and will continue to
build our Tld under a ccTLD until we can build it into a Top-Level Domain. The Right
of Administration is only their when you show stability, reliability, and managability.
If you want your Alternative Root Servers to be accessible for the masses, then
discuss with Microsoft and Netscape a change in the browser to access your nameservers
and the ICANN nameservers. Then it provides additional namespace expansion
without hostile action between Root Systems.
If you or any other alternative Root
Registries doesn't want to co-exist with ICANN Root System then you don't care about
the greater Internet Community and you are out for destruction only. Therefore I
would see Alternative Root System/s as radical, unstable, and therefore not a place
to build my domain name brand.