RE: [net-com] Draft report of the dot net sub-committee v3
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- Subject: RE: [net-com] Draft report of the dot net sub-committee v3
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- Date: Tue, 18 May 2004 17:43:50 +0300
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- Thread-topic: [net-com] Draft report of the dot net sub-committee v3
In reviewing the draft I find no mention of resolving disputes between parties regarding whether particular parties may register or maintain particular domain names --- is it buried somewhere?
[mailto:owner-net-com@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of ext Ross Wm. Rader
Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 6:24 AM
To: Philip Sheppard
Subject: Re: [net-com] Draft report of the dot net sub-committee v3
On 5/14/2004 4:25 AM Philip Sheppard noted that:
> In preparation for our call on Tuesday 18 May, please find attached version
> three of the draft report on dot net.
> The new version reflects some minor changes from version two following input
> from the committee, some clarifying edits by myself, and input from ICANN
> I propose to use this version as the basis for our call and hopeful
> agreement on Tuesday.
I have prepared some comments inline with this draft (edits actually)
and I would be please to discuss them on the call today. A few notes in
- I added a whole whack of technical references from the existing .net
- I changed the second bullet so that it is clear that we are interested
in seeing applicants demonstrate their capabilities within their
- I changed the third bullet so that it was made more clear that
applicants must fully document their migration plan from the existing
registry operator, if appropriate and removed the specific references
regarding Whois. I don't believe that it is appropriate to co-mingle the
various migrations that might happen and would in fact prefer to see
.net's migration to whatever-whois-comes-next and EPP happen outside of
- Fourth bullet - just clarified it slightly.
- Third bullet - as I mentioned on the call, we should be soliciting
statements of fact and not promises. Where possible we need to phrase
our criteria in such a way that it solicits applicants to supply
evidence of their capabilities and not promises of performance.
- minor stuff here. Removed the reference to Verisign and cleaned up the
- minor editorial stuff.
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