RE: [DNS] Incorrect eligibility description on AusRegistry

RE: [DNS] Incorrect eligibility description on AusRegistry

From: Ian Johnston <ian.johnston§>
Date: Tue, 25 Jun 2002 07:56:49 +1000
Thank you David for this advice.

I did not know that Jo Lim was not a subscriber to this list.

It was an oversight on my part not copying my posting to Jo.

I was responding to Ian Smith, and expressing an opinion publicly.

Ian Johnston

-----Original Message-----
From: David Keegel [mailto:djk&#167;]
Sent: Tuesday, June 25, 2002 7:34 AM
To: dns&#167;
Subject: Re: [DNS] Incorrect eligibility description on

auDA's Chief Policy Officer is not a subscriber to this list.

If people have concerns about things like this, it would be
better and more effective to email her directly.  There is
not much sense in talking about it in a place like this where
she is not listening.

In general, if you want to ask auDA a question, you should
address your question to auDA, not send it to the DNS list.
This is a public forum where a number of key auDA people are
not present, so this list will often not give (good) answers.

] Ian
] I raised this issue of an apparent change of eligibility
] policy with Chris Disspain and Jo Lim (AusRegistry present) at the
] auDA public Seminar in Canberra recently.
] I did so on the basis that the Small Business Coalition
] <> is a coalition of registered
] small business associations, but it is not an incorporated
] and therefore would not be eligible to apply for a domain
] name.  So associations that formed "partnership" arrangements would
] not be eligible for a domain name on my interpretation of
] proposed eligibility policy.
] Chris said he would address this issue and his response to me was
] positive.  Hopefully, your concern will also be addressed.
] Someone - not the auDA Board that I can see from published Board
] decisions - appears to have rewritten the eligibility policy at the
] implementation stage.
] IMO, the current policy should stand, unless there are compelling
] reasons for changing the policy and they are published.
] I'm was a Name Policy Advisory Panel Member.
] Ian
] --
] Ian Johnston, Policy Consultant
] Small Enterprise Telecommunications Centre (SETEL)
]  mailto:ian.johnston&#167;
] 02 6258 3409 (B/F)  02 6259 7777 (B)  0413 990 112 (M)
] SETEL is a national small business consumer association
] advancing the interest of Australian small business
] as telecommunications and e-commerce consumers

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