SV: [enum-wg] "production status"?
Joakim.Stralmark at pts.se Joakim.Stralmark at pts.se
Fri Jun 3 10:56:08 CEST 2005
Can "legal" also mean "self regulation" or a ledal framework via a "contract"? Joakim Strålmark Swedish NRA -----Ursprungligt meddelande----- Från: enum-wg-admin at ripe.net [mailto:enum-wg-admin at ripe.net] För Stastny Richard Skickat: den 3 juni 2005 10:49 Till: hotta at jprs.co.jp; enum-wg at ripe.net Ämne: Re: [enum-wg] "production status"? Hi Hiro, none of your points. "production" status exists if end-users may subscribe for domains and a legal framework exists that this subscription is persistent. In a trial normally the a subscription is only for the time of the trial and the user has not right to insist on the service after the trial end A legal framework is necessary for "production" because all involved enties (registry, registars, service providers and customers) want to have a confirmation that they can build a business on it. Especially the point < it brings money? is nice. So Amazon is not in production? best regards Richard ________________________________ Von: enum-wg-admin at ripe.net im Auftrag von HiroHOTTA Gesendet: Fr 03.06.2005 07:49 An: enum-wg at ripe.net Betreff: [enum-wg] "production status"? Dear all (especially, Austria, Poland, and Romania colleagues), I have a question about the progress matrix in RIPE web page. http://www.centr.org/kim/enum/index.html There is a status called "production" where Austria, Poland, and Romania are in. What is the definition of "production status" in your case? In other words, what aspects of your ENUM services are in production status in your case? - it brings money? anybody in the public can use? production-quality system? .....? Thanks for your assistance. Regards, Hiro
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