[enum-wg] "production status"?
Stastny Richard Richard.Stastny at oefeg.at
Fri Jun 3 11:15:13 CEST 2005
> Can "legal" also mean "self regulation" or a legal framework via a > "contract"? Hmm, I do not think that "self regulation" can work, because somebody (in most cases the regulator is assigned the Tier 1 CC-domain) so he is the domain name holder. A c.c.e164.arpa is some kind of a "sponsored" domain in ICANN speak, so the domain name holder needs at least a contract with the registry (it is his task to choose one if he does not want to do the job by himself, which is not a good idea). In this contract he would write anything you normally write in an outsourcing contract and also the obligations you want to have fulfilled by the subcontracts (e.g registry - registars, etc) and also the number ranges available and how to treat them. Regards Richard Richard Stastny OeFEG tel:+43 664 420 4100 enum:+43 780 203 211 callto://fordprefect http://voipandenum.blogspot.com > -----Original Message----- > From: Joakim.Stralmark at pts.se [mailto:Joakim.Stralmark at pts.se] > Sent: Friday, June 03, 2005 10:56 AM > To: Stastny Richard; hotta at jprs.co.jp; enum-wg at ripe.net > Subject: SV: [enum-wg] "production status"? > > 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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