[dns-operations] keeping ICANN busy with dotless domains
Michele Neylon :: Blacknight
michele at blacknight.ie
Sun Sep 23 08:49:46 UTC 2012
The discussion here has been enlightening, but if you want your thoughts to have any impact you should submit a public comment if you haven't done so already
Mr. Michele Neylon
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On 23 Sep 2012, at 10:40, "Jim Reid" <jim at rfc1035.com> wrote:
> This thread is becoming tiresome. Could those who want to continue what ICANN should and shouldn't do about making rules for dotless domains, please take the discussion elsewhere? Thanks. ICANN is in the middle of a public comment period on dotless domains (http://www.icann.org/en/news/public-comment/sac053-dotless-domains-24aug12-en.htm) so that seems a suitable forum for those who want to continue debating this issue. Some members of this list have already done that.
> More input there would also have the side-effect of keeping ICANN busy. :-)
> For those who have not yet looked at ICANN's comment forum, Microsoft's VP for Technology Policy has stated the company "supports a prohibition" on the use of A, AAAA, & MX records at the apex of a TLD: http://forum.icann.org/lists/sac053-dotless-domains/pdfjobOOzS93n.pdf. So that suggests they do not plan on using these for .microsoft or whatever.
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