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RE: [dow2tf] chart of WHOIS data elements

  • To: "Barbara Roseman" <roseman@xxxxxxxxx>, <dow2tf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, "Dan Halloran (E-mail)" <halloran@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: RE: [dow2tf] chart of WHOIS data elements
  • From: "Cade,Marilyn S - LGCRP" <mcade@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 31 Dec 2003 11:11:09 -0500
  • Sender: owner-dow2tf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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  • Thread-topic: [dow2tf] chart of Whois data elements

Thomas, thanks for creating this, and for doing all the analysis of the documents. Very helpful document. 

I have a question or two for you about what you mean by (coll) when you have "collected" in ( ). Does that mean that for the columns for the registries that are associated with Billing contact, that the data is collected but not shown for all of the fields under Billing Contact? 

Also, .pro is blank under billing contact. Is the agreement silent on Billing Contact for .pro? 

Again, you have done a tremendous amount of work on this. I am sure that I join all other TF members in my appreciation. I'm sure that Barbara and Dan are also appreciative!  

I also have a question for staff: 
Dan, can you advise us as to the following question: I am assuming that the RAA provisions override and apply to the registries, even if the appendix is silent. Is that the case? So that the RAA provisions requiring name and address for registrant would apply to .com and .net?


-----Original Message-----
From: Barbara Roseman [mailto:roseman@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, December 31, 2003 12:45 AM
To: dow2tf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [dow2tf] chart of Whois data elements


Please review the attached chart (prepared quite helpfully by Thomas 
Roessler) which details the data elements that are defined in the various 
Registry agreements. Dan Halloran and I have scanned it and found made one 
small correction, and would like to offer it forward for additional scrutiny.

I am also working on putting together a history of the data elements, but 
that will take somewhat longer.

Again, thanks to Thomas for compiling this detailed and thorough comparison 


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