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||Proof-of-Concept = Implementation Phase [defacto], so don't let Fleming scare U about your domains.
Why mention Proof-of-Concept Phase at all? |
Fleming's posts earlier mentioning
ICANN's Proof-of-Concept phase implied that ICANN might REVOKE the registries' mainroot
Registry status [thus converting them into alt root registries] and that ICANN might
select a different company to be Registry.
That post also implied that the new
TLD domain-holders risk losing their domains. Not so.
Why mention ICANN's
Proof-of-Concept Phase at all? Only to scare folks away from ICANN's new TLD's
[and into Fleming's schemes].
||ICANN's Proof of Concept term just a formality. ICANN will give final approval to Afilias & Neulevel
- Proof-of-Concept = Implementation Phase [defacto], so don't let Fleming scare U about your domains. InternetAdvocate, October 29 @ 12:43 AM (1/3)