Should Two Letter TLDs Be Immune ?
Steve Heflin steve at domainbank.net
Tue Apr 28 03:00:34 CEST 1998
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. -------- Logged at Tue Apr 28 03:08:00 MET DST 1998 ---------
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