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||Gregory W. Krajewski
||Sun, May 13, 2001 at 4:06 AM GMT
||Microsoft Internet Explorer V5.01 using Windows 98
||I disagree profusely....
This has to be a bottom-up consensus process
(even though ICANN has made a mockery of it)...If new.net wanted to be a part of
the "A" root, they should have coughed up $50 thousand dollars like the rest of the
potential candidates who applied last year.
Keep in mind, I support what New.net
is doing (plug-in technology--different), but you just can't come in and take over
20 TLDs...If anyone were to get dot shop in the "A" root, it would be name-space,
but PG wants all 500 TLDs or nothing...so that is out of the question...
why Image Online Design will get in the "A" root...They have a history (5 years),
and they only applied for one TLD...and they continue to seek proper avenues for
inclusion into the "A" root.
If this post, angers anyone (even you anion), by all
means speak your peace....Just keep your eye on the "ball" is all I have to say.
That ball is worth way more than a "new.net" TLD....Trust me...