Re: [DNS] Why have a policy?

Re: [DNS] Why have a policy?

From: Bennett Oprysa <bennett§>
Date: Fri, 01 Apr 2005 16:35:26 +1000
The average processing time is somewhat longer outside of normal hours, 
mainly due to the fact people are not generally at their computer when 
the applications come in. FIY we achieved a processing time of less than 
5 minutes for 97.1% of applications in February, for domains done during 
our office hours. We have numerous systems that work towards minimising 
this, including the fact we start to approve your domain before you have 
finished your application, ie once you submit your eligibility details 
but before you submit payment details.


Bill wrote:

> Bennet,
> You must be happy that your staff can provide such a
> fast service 24/7.
>>I would not want to see a situation where domains
>>required extra 
>>checking by auDA etc before being approved, but I'd
>>have no problem with 
>>auDA allocating a person to investigate such domains
>>after they were 
>>registered. It would be a tiny cost in a $3mil/year
>>budget, but as I 
>>have already outlined, there simply are not that
>>many domains that can 
>>be shown to be registered without basis.
> Perhaps you could bring this up at the next board
> meeting. It would be beneficial to all to have some
> sort of pre-auDRP complaints policy in place for
> situations like this. As there will no longer be
> requirements to give "reasons" for "close &
> substantial" I can see no reason why auDa cannot
> follow up where a complaint about misrepresentation
> has been made. A simple letter asking the registrant
> to qualify their C&S application would not be
> difficult to apply. Benefits would come for both the
> australian community and registrars.
> Bill
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