Re: [DNS] thread.119

Re: [DNS] thread.119

From: Nick Andrew <lists-dns§>
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2002 19:12:17 +1100
On Wed, Jan 16, 2002 at 11:18:07AM +1100, Mark Hughes wrote:
> Not much, of that line of reasoning.
> The starting assumption is that is automatically 'better'
> than a less generic version of the same thing.

Not at all. There is only one domain name under consideration in
that hypothetical. What's being debated is whether granting a
domain name to the most cashed-up player is a fairer system than
granting it under some other criteria, such as:

 - the one who has a "stronger" right to the name, or
 - the one who asked for the name first, or
 - the one who can make better use of the name.

If, say, Micro$oft were one of the players in this game, they can win
anytime they choose because they're the most cashed-up of all. Is this
fair? I think not.

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