Re: [DNS] Searcher twists name rules

Re: [DNS] Searcher twists name rules

From: Mike <mjr§>
Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2005 09:04:25 +1030
Hi Kim,

There's that word again, perpetuity..
Why when all other things in this world have a lifespan, the domainspace 
does not?

You are dreaming Kim.
Innovation WILL make the domainspace dissappear..

Move on please.
The .au is NOT a perpetual resource.
It's a domain space.


Kim Davies wrote:

>It's all about finding a balance. You destroy value and opportunity in
>other ways if you make .au a completely free market. The domain space is
>a finite resource that needs to last, for all intents and purposes, in
>perpetuity - without overly penalising people based on how late or early
>they entered the so-called "market". Pure capitalism favours driving
>resource exhaustion. Finding a perfect balance is a tough ask.
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