Australia Post & Geographical Names policy

Australia Post & Geographical Names policy

From: Rowe, Joshua <Joshua.Rowe§>
Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2002 23:30:42 +1100

"This proposal has been presented to Australia Post. While recognising that
the proposal has merits and complements Post's existing physical addressing
capabilities, Post management cannot give a firm commitment to endorsing the
proposal at this time. However, Post is prepared to support the proposal
being further developed to a stage where normal commercial and technical
evaluation principles can be applied and a 'go/no go' decision given." 

PS My "v-joshr&#167;" email address is dead

* any views are my own

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ian Johnston [mailto:ian.johnston&#167;] 
> Sent: Monday, 28 January 2002 3:59 
> To: DNS <dns&#167;>
> Cc: Josh Rowe <v-joshr&#167;>; smithi§
> Subject: [DNS] FW: [DNS] Geographical Names policy already endorsed

> 3.  The auDA Board agreed to the Name Panel's recommendation 
> to give high priority to a new community-focused geographic 
> 2LD or 2LDs in the process for selecting new 2LDs 
> <>.  
> Note the reference to one or more 2LD.  The OCOS and other 
> geographic proposals will be presumably (re)considered by 
> that new Panel.  Australia Post was reported to have been 
> working on a geographic proposal; perhaps Josh Rowe may be 
> able to shed some light on this.
> Ian
> --
> Ian Johnston, Policy Consultant
> Small Enterprise Telecommunications Centre Limited (SETEL)
>   mailto:ian.johnston&#167;
> SETEL is a national small business consumer association 
> Advancing and representing the interest of Australian small 
> business as telecommunications and electronic commerce consumers

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