[DNS] Time for the rules to changeregardingtransferringdomainname licences

[DNS] Time for the rules to changeregardingtransferringdomainname licences

From: Sean Finn <sean.finn§ozservers.com.au>
Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 00:44:07 +1000
If you can successfully answer this question, then you justify your lining
of your pockets with gold and may continue to do so.

Making money isn't a bad thing, but my question still remains.

How will changing the rules regarding transferring of domain name licenses
benefit the users of .au?

Any explicit examples of what is wrong with the current method of domain
transfer to a new owner should be discussed as well. (I'm not an expert on
it, but I have done three or four).

I'm trying to be practical and non biased with this question.


> Sean Finn [sean.finn&#167;ozservers.com.au] wrote:
> > How does this benefit the users of .au., not the providers of .au ?
> this just highlights the flaw in the current board system. everytime the
> registrars make a suggestion on how to improve the name space we
> get accused of "lining our pockets with gold".
> yet there is nobody on the "demand" side of the board that will stick up
> for
> commercial interests, its basically left up to registrars to defend the
> real
> users of the name space. and registrars of course cant make any suggestion
> because
> we would be "lining our pockets with gold".
> Vic
Received on Sun Sep 25 2005 - 14:44:07 UTC

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