[DNS] Records Management

[DNS] Records Management

From: David Keegel <djk§cyber.com.au>
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2001 05:09:20 +1100 (EST)
] Quoting Don Cameron on Monday November 19, 2001:
] | 
] | Being only partly independent of Government controls, (noting correspondence
] | from the Minister to auDA advising that the Government remains the
] | overriding authority for .au administration), auDA may or may not be subject
] | to the requirements of Australian Standard 4390 (Records Management), and if
] | so this would certainly apply to entries in AUNIC.

Kim Davies wrote: 
] The Registry RFT reads:
]     The Registry Operator is to be responsible for the maintenance of
]     paper records (e.g. manuals, printed reports) in accordance with the
]     requirements of the Australian Record Management Standard AS4390.
] So whether or not auDA is required to comply with AS4390, future
] registry operations will be required by auDA to comply.

I agree with Kim.  I think he is pointing out that having the new
registry/ies designed to incorporate things like Records Management 
makes a lot more sense than retrofitting things like that into AUNIC.
AUNIC seems to be close to the end of its life (at least as far as
being a com.au registry is concerned).

PS: Could people please change the Subject: header when the thread
goes in a different direction.  Especially when there is a change
between international and .au (which is on-topic for this list).

 David Keegel <djk&#167;cyber.com.au>  URL: http://www.cyber.com.au/users/djk/
Cybersource P/L: Unix Systems Administration and TCP/IP network management

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