DNS: ADNA & concensus

DNS: ADNA & concensus

From: Glen Turner <glen.turner§itd.adelaide.edu.au>
Date: Mon, 12 May 1997 12:21:10 +0930
I want to remind people that a concensus is required by the
IETF for a change to the ownership of a top level domain.

Again, I point out the neither the AVCC or CSIRO has been
formally approached about the creation of ADNA.

One or other of these bodies may very well object to IETF
about INTIAA's railroading of this proposal, bringing the
proposed ADNA to a halt.

This is not because either body objects to ADNA as such,
but simply because they may veto things they have not been
asked to consider.

Again, it is well past time for a formal approach to both
these bodies.  "Formal" means in writing, on paper with
INTIAA's letterhead -- not a mailing list discussion.


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