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    Country-Code Top Level Domains (ccTLDs) IE Watch Call For IE Domain Registry Reforms
    posted by tbyfield on Thursday June 27 2002, @08:01PM

    dahamsta writes "The IE Domain Registry, which is responsible for registering domain names in the IE top-level domain, today published an article outlining a call for major reform of the organisation."



    The article, submitted by Antóin Ó'Lachtnáin, a founding member of pressure group IE Watch, details current and past problems with the operation and organisation of the registry, and offers suggestions on how these problems can be addressed. (Disclaimer: The submitter is also a founding member of IE Watch, however I'll reserve comment for the threads. I'm posting this here for the simple reason that the IEDR is so ICANN-like it's almost embarassing.)

     
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    ENUM Request
    by RFassett on Friday June 28 2002, @05:03AM (#7538)
    User #3226 Info | http://www.enum.info
    IE Domain Registry issued a formal request to RIPE on June 26 for 3.5.3.e164.arpa. Not yet approved or objected, likely on the basis that the ITU is seeking from the Government of Ireland formal documentation of:

    1) It's desire for ENUM delegation for its 353 country code and

    2) Whether this government has authorized IE Domain Registry as its requestor.

    If the above 2 criteria can be confirmed by the ITU, the request will be accepted by the ITU and ENUM delegation for the 353 country code will proceed with RIPE (otherwise, not).

    http://www.ripe.net/ripencc/mail-archives/enum-request/20020401-20020701/msg00041.html
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    Re: IE Watch Call For IE Domain Registry Reforms
    by dahamsta on Tuesday July 02 2002, @09:20AM (#7565)
    User #3294 Info | http://beecher.net/
    I was being polite. I wouldn't get published if I revealed my true contempt. :)

    adam
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