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Username: jpolaski
Date/Time: Tue, November 14, 2000 at 4:11 AM GMT
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Subject: ICANN bias towards .per from JVTeam



I was reviewing the summaries of the four proposals selected in the personal TLD category.  One thing that really jumped out is that there is elaborate analysis in the "Apparent Implementation Risks" section of the summaries of all applicants except JVTeam.

JVTeam is proposing a new registry protocol called XPL.  Besides acting as the interface between the registry and registrars, this protocol would also provide fast update to zone files and Whois database, significantly reducing domain-name update time to less than one hour.  However, this new protocol and its software have not been put into production use yet.  It is not a tried and tested protocol;  there is no guarantee that it will work.  This poses a tremendous implementation risk that has been omitted from the analysis in the summary of the JVTeam application for .per

Was this omission intentional or am I missing something?

Please clarify.


Jason Polaski

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