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    Afilias Director To Resign In Protest Over .info Sunrise 'Abomination' | Log in/Create an Account | Top | 8 comments | Search Discussion
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    Getting list of sunrise .info domains
    by dtobias (dan@tobias.name) on Thursday September 06 2001, @05:11AM (#2240)
    User #2967 Info | http://domains.dan.info/
    There's actually a "tricky" way you can get a complete list of .info domains registered during the sunrise, using their WHOIS service.

    Just enter a series of wildcard requests, using the % character at the end:

    A%
    B%
    ...
    Z%
    0%
    ...
    9%

    This will result in a complete list of all .info domains registered so far. If you do this before the start of landrush registrations, it will coincide with the sunrise (and Afilias reserved) registrations.
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    Re: Afilias Director To Resign In Protest Over .in
    by Anonymous on Thursday September 06 2001, @09:01AM (#2248)

    .INFO is CORE (i.e. IAHC)

    It is clear that the ICANN .INFO "Proof-of-Concept" is a failure.

    The good news is that eventually .INFO owners
    will likely band together to route around ICANN
    and will make their own registry for Next Generation
    Internet services.
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    Re: Afilias Director To Resign In Protest Over .in
    by fnord (reversethis-{moc.oohay} {ta} {k2yorg}) on Friday September 07 2001, @11:45PM (#2278)
    User #2810 Info
    Robert Connelly has posted a follow-up that partially explains why he was not given access to the zone file. I guess Afilias Directors get the same mushroom treatment as ICANN Directors. Some more coverage from silicon.com and the register. These new TLD roll-outs are turning into such an unmitigated disaster that ICANN's normal stance of business as usual won't generate enough spin anymore. The proof of concept excuse won't wash anymore. The roll out the internet has waited for for a decade has been rife with incompetence and corruption, from top and bottom, and from beginning to date. This is a question of accountability. We all know who is accountable for this, Jones Day, ICANN staff, and the TM and IP folks. Let's see them spin their way out of this one. -g
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