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    A Genuinely Non-Profit and Open .org | Log in/Create an Account | Top | 24 comments | Search Discussion
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    Re: A Genuinely Non-Profit and Open .org
    by PeterBarron (pebarron@hotmail.com) on Monday June 17 2002, @05:26AM (#7226)
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    Not and maintain my sources.

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    Re: Afilias & ISOC will do a great job if they win
    by PeterBarron (pebarron@hotmail.com) on Tuesday June 18 2002, @08:01AM (#7249)
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    I think you're a troll.

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    Re: Afilias & ISOC will do a great job if they win
    by PeterBarron (pebarron@hotmail.com) on Tuesday June 18 2002, @10:18AM (#7251)
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    Of course I have a "beef" with Afilias. Any company that wins a bid by lying, cheating and playing insider politics deserves such. To consider giving them more is laughable.

    Apparently you, Mr. Anonymous, don't think so. Would you care to enumerate your reasons? By what stretch of logic can you say that Afilias has done a good job, the method of their selection aside?

    ++Peter
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    Re: Afilias & ISOC will do a great job if they win
    by PeterBarron (pebarron@hotmail.com) on Tuesday June 18 2002, @05:14PM (#7256)
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    Comparing a magnitude 8 earthquake with an accidental nuclear meltdown does not change the fact that both will spoil your evening.

    ++Peter
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    Afilias has done a fine job dealing with sunrise r
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Tuesday June 18 2002, @07:26PM (#7258)
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    You can't be serious. It is still a helluva mess. Most people probably don't even know that the so-called LR2 (landrush 2) is going on at the moment. LR2 is made up of names that were fraudulently claimed in sunrise. Except that it isn't all .info names that were fraudulently claimed in sunrise, some of those are still being adjudicated, so there may or may not be a LR3.

    Meanwhile there are widespread reports (on the ICANN forum that M. Stuart Lynn says has been offtopic on new TLD evaluation but for three posts) of registrars not accepting LR2 applications from the public who will nevertheless submit applications, presumably for certain preferred clients, or for warehousing. What happened to first come, first served?

    Only someone watching all this on a regular basis and understanding much of the process (speculators and cybersquatters would be most likely to fit the bill) would have any chance of understanding what is going on, and even some of them seem confused. This isn't a fine job, it's a con job. -g

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