.GP, .TM, .TV and .MQ to be Removed ?
Richard J. Sexton
Wed Sep 16 04:40:12 CEST 1998
At 12:20 PM 9/16/98 +1000, you wrote: >Lets get some facts straight first. > Tuvalu (.TV) is probably not a 'countire', but according to > the CIA World Factbook (http://umsl.edu/services/govdocs/wofact96/254.htm) > it is indeed a country. > > The CoCos (Keeling) Islands (.CC) is probably not a 'countire' either, > whatever that may be, but according to the CIA World Factbook > (http://umsl.edu/services/govdocs/wofact96/63.htm) it is indeed a country, > currently administered as a territory by the Commonwealth of Australia. Ans "Scotland" is a country administered as a territory by England and has no country code. I suggest a forensic analysis of the "county code" tlds is in order. This point was raised by a dozen or so folks in Geneva. A sincere "thank you" for your input and a heartfelt "bite me" for the way it was presented. -- "I think it is important to understand that distribution of authority is better than dictatorship, and that the governance of TLDs and domains in general should be distributed rather than centralized." - Paul Mockapetris -------- Logged at Wed Sep 16 16:19:13 MET DST 1998 ---------
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