Re: DNS: ADNA's first decisions - Minuted

Re: DNS: ADNA's first decisions - Minuted

From: Stephen Gillies <max§>
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 1997 17:40:10 +1000
>This does *NOT* suddenly change the original intent of the DNS. It
>was not designed to be a business registry. 

 very true. in fact being of the old school I'm more than happy
 with what the dns was designed to do and how it presently *mostly*
 functions. For instance I am opposed to tradmarks in the DNS as
 the DNS Forum will attest to. 

 I was just pointing out _how people use the system_. There has been
 talk of how the system is used on this list and some of it has
 been suggesting things other than what my research has shown, hence
 the email.

>Given some of the proposals I've read in this list, I might eventually
>have to try the following:
>   [.au]
>    [.au]

 www.coke.web   [.au]   [.au] [.au]

 Will how people use the system ever change the system? Who is the
 system for?

 "I don't often say quotable items but I'm open to the suggestion."
			- not attributed to Mark Twain.
Received on Fri Jun 27 1997 - 18:07:51 UTC

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