Dot-org Bidders -- Comprehensive Overviews
Date: Monday July 29 2002, @06:04AM
Topic: .org

Anonymous writes "washingtonpost.com's David McGuire looks at the 11 groups bidding for the dot-org contract."

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Re: Dot-org Bidders -- Comprehensive Overviews
by cmalamud on Monday July 29 2002, @06:15AM (#8155)
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It was good to see sombody analyze all the proposals. However, a disturbing strain throughout the profiles were comments of the nature "a for-profit has to be the one running the back-end registry or this won't be stable."

Harrumph. I've spent two decades in machine rooms building large-scale systems and the last decade doing so at IMS. All of the rest of our team has done the same, so we take a bit of umbrage at the tenor of these comments. Here's a few choice words on the subject.

Regards,

Carl Malamud
Internet Multicasting Service
Spread the dot!

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