Should Two Letter TLDs Be Immune ?
Tue Apr 28 03:02:36 CEST 1998
Yes, voluntary participation is the best way to go, plus local "neighbor net" approaches. That is one of the ways that I propose to build CARIBNIC.NET. It will be a way to link all of the participants in the Internet in the Caribbean. This can help everyone understand how the Internet resources are being managed via a common pooling of information for the TLDs and IP allocations for the region. JF On Monday, April 27, 1998 4:00 PM, Steve Heflin[SMTP:steve at domainbank.net] wrote: @It goes back to the original comment. @ @Good idea, we can suggest it but we cannot force them to do it. @ @On Mon, 27 Apr 1998, Jim Fleming wrote: @ @> On Monday, April 27, 1998 12:37 PM, Steve Heflin[SMTP:steve at domainbank.net] wrote: @> @Why don't we establish a set of guidelines or purported guidelines we feel @> @may be pertinent, *then* move forward with issues regarding each? @> @ @> @[not purposely avoiding the question] ;) @> @ @> @> One of the things that I have advocated in the past @> is the 2+2+4 Trustee structure. This is a structure @> that allows 8 people to be identified as the delegates @> of a resource such as a TLD. @> @> 5_________ @> 3_________ @> 6_________ @> 1_________ @> 2_________ @> 7_________ @> 4_________ @> 8_________ @> @> @> With this structure the people in the #1 and #2 positions @> are viewed as the co-Trustees and share the job. They @> speak for the TLD when an official statement is needed. @> Each of them has an assistant (#3 and #4). Then each @> of those people has two people to help provide more @> community coverage and voices. @> @> I wonder if each of the 2 letter TLDs could publish such @> a list ? @> @> @> - @> Jim Fleming @> Unir Corporation @> IBC, Tortola, BVI @> @> http://www.nic.vi @> @> @ @Regards @ @Steve Heflin @Domain Bank, Inc. @IDomains, Inc. @ @ @ - Jim Fleming Unir Corporation IBC, Tortola, BVI http://www.nic.vi -------- Logged at Tue Apr 28 04:44:13 MET DST 1998 ---------
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