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I entirely oppose the removal of .org from non-profit 'entities'. That is, any entity
which does not make a profit - in my case, eruvia.org, which is a simple family homepage
and which provides me with a permanent email address, regardless of ISP. I believe
linmodems.org has been mentioned in this forum - that too is a domain which generates
no profit, although it is not a 'personal' domain in the same sense that eruvia.org
My use of .org complies with the original RFC. The circumstances I describe
above are a long way from unique - many people here will have registered a .org address
for their personal use.
I propose that a global resolution process be adopted.
An owner has the right to the domain until a complaint is made. The complaint can
succeed only on the basis that a .org domain can be proven to generate profit. In
such circumstances, the domain is allowed to expire (ie. -not- immediately removed)
without the possibility of renewal.
In all other cases, the .org domain should
be allowed to stand.