[dns-operations] TLDs requiring delegation before delegating
rick at support-intelligence.com
Wed Mar 9 01:14:34 UTC 2011
simple fact that registrars don't like anything that gets "in the way"
of a sale. The proposal does just that and as such isn't allowed in
the registry/registrar world.
give me your 6 bucks and buy some imap mail server stuff... with com
at nearly 100 millions domains expect the status quo on policy.
2011/3/8 Patrik Fältström <patrik at frobbit.se>:
> On 8 mar 2011, at 23.34, David Ulevitch wrote:
>> (1) This requirement is a huge pain point for end-users when TLDs do this. People like the instant gratification of domain registration without forcing domains to some stupid registrar parked page.
> I do agree with what you say David, but I also would like to point out that you here talk about _registration_ and not delegation.
> I am a strong believer of the need for registries to relax their requirement to do delegation _and_ registration at the same time. Registration is very very good to be able to do without delegating the domain.
> One more additional complexity regarding checks of setup of zones have to do with redelegation of a domain (change of NS records), transfer between registrars and change of registrant. Each one of the three having different implications and needs regarding the changes to the zone setup is made.
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