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||Fri, September 7, 2001 at 2:55 AM GMT
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||Solution to NCBA and RegistryPro's Non-Performance on Applications
During the application process there were many who raised concerns regarding the
difference between what was being stated (promised) in some applications and what
could reasonably be promised and ultimately delivered. These concerns have recently
As it is clear that two applicants are either unable to or unwilling
to perform on promises they made in their applications, it would be COMPLETELY INAPPROPRIATE
for ICANN to allow them to modify their applications after-the-fact. They should
NOT be allowed to do so under any circumstances, as this would be unethical and further
undermine the credibility of the application process.
IOD's .WEB application was,
and still is, sound and more-than-viable on every level. They have been and continue
to be ready to act on the promises made in their application word for word immediately,
and without problems.
The .WEB application was based on an existing, thoroughly
tested, and functional infrastructure - NOT PROMISES.
IOD's .WEB is clearly capable
of DELIVERING IN FULL the promises presented to ICANN in their application. They
are the known Pioneer of the .WEB registry and should be allowed to take the place
of any applicant who cannot meet the promises of their original application. Additionally,
it would be unethical for ICANN to accept non performance from any applicant and
unfair to the most ready, able and willing applicant ... IOD/.WEB.
- Solution to NCBA and RegistryPro's Non-Performance on Applications cgrady, September 7 @ 2:55 AM (1/31)