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Username: Venster
Date/Time: Sun, July 2, 2000 at 7:28 PM GMT
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Subject: Avoiding to debate the basic question!


                        "Q34: Has the inventory of useful and available domain names reached an unacceptably low level?


Let say this is a matter of taste. Mine is no. I don't tell you why, since you don't tell us why "yes" is the right answer.

"Q35: Assuming it is important to increase the inventory of available domain names, should that be done by adding TLDs that are not differentiated from the present ones?

That is for the registry applicants to decide."

No, that is for ICANN to decide. Like so many others in favour of hew gTLDs you refuse to debate the question whether or not these are a good idea at all.
In fact ICANN's questions are made up in a way that the answer is already: Yes we want them. I am trying to understand why, avoiding paranoid assumptions about interests. I haven't been enlightened so far.



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