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Username: Garry Anderson
Date/Time: Thu, January 17, 2002 at 12:19 AM GMT
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Subject: Data validation


I appreciate yours is not as bad as some of the other registrars - not meant to be compliment.

> We call it like it is.

You appear to have strange morality: The system is corrupt and run by the corrupt - everybody in it knows that - so lets play the system.

Am I right?

> For instance, a controller of a company wants and does not have the TM data handy but he must get his application in before deadline.  He does so, under the assumption he can fix it later.

The logic of your argument is flawed - to say the least.

The type of information required would be easy to hand.

If it is not - could the controller not pick up a phone and ask their lawyer?

Like you could guarantee that the domain name would not be taken away for being incorrectly filled.

Like the deadline was always only just a couple of hours away.

Sorry - I do not believe you.

> We expected the system to allow customers to modify data at a later time. HERE WE MADE AN ASSUMPTION BUT IT WAS CORRECT (fortunate perhaps).

I have made the statement several times: Even a trainee programmer knows you have to validate data entry.

The only reason that I can see to leave out data validation - is so customers could make "conscious decision to go into the sunrise queue or to not go onto the sunrise queue".

Am I right?


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