[DNS] Monetised

[DNS] Monetised

From: DomainNames.com.au <Mail§DomainNames.com.au>
Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2006 15:38:17 +1000
Lets assume that www.dwarfs.com.au has content that promotes banking, cars,
sex, food etc and a person types in www.dwarfs.com.au into the browser and
gets this "monitised" page, are you saying that a person looking for dwarfs
would not be also interested in banking, cars, sex, etc.

I personally think that other content is very usefull as I don't think this
person would be solely obsessed with dwarf manufacturers and I would say
probably at times drives to a "bank" in his "car" to withdraw some money to
pay for "sex, food, etc"

Therefore the site would be very relevant to his needs

sasha 

-----Original Message-----
From: dns-bounces+mail=domainnames.com.au&#167;dotau.org
[mailto:dns-bounces+mail=domainnames.com.au&#167;dotau.org] On Behalf Of David
Jones
Sent: Thursday, 7 September 2006 3:30 PM
To: .au DNS Discussion List
Subject: Re: [DNS] Monetised

I doesn't matter how much you try and twist the
concept around the policy states

a) the content on a monetised website must be related
specifically and predominantly to the domain name; and

For example, a monetised website at www.dwarfs.com.au
would need to contain information and advertising
links about dwarfs and/or dwarf manufacturers and
suppliers. If the website contained information and
advertising links about people in general including
dwarfs, then it would not be acceptable under the
close and substantial connection rule. 

How does http://www.dwarfs.com.au/office-lease.htm
have any relation to dwarfs.

Every time you reply to a post you remove the relevant
data and focus on other matters as a way of making the
subject laughable. Perhaps you should stay on topic.

DJ


--- "DomainNames.com.au" <Mail&#167;DomainNames.com.au>
wrote:

> A dwarf is a short humanoid creature in Norse
> mythology as well as other
> Germanic mythologies, fairy tales, fantasy fiction
> and role-playing games.
> Its plural was traditionally dwarfs, but fantasy
> author J. R. R. Tolkien
> used the plural dwarves, which has gone into general
> usage. Dwarves are much
> like humans, but generally living underground or in
> mountainous areas. Here
> they have heaped up countless treasures of gold,
> silver, and precious
> stones, and pass their time in fabricating costly
> armour. They are famed
> miners and smiths although, like humans, they
> specialise in any number of
> trades. Generally shorter than humans, they are on
> average stockier and
> hairier, usually sporting full beards. Dwarvish
> smiths created some of the
> greatest and most powerful items of power in Norse
> mythology, such as the
> magic chain which bound the wolf, Fenris.
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: dns-bounces+mail=domainnames.com.au&#167;dotau.org
>
[mailto:dns-bounces+mail=domainnames.com.au&#167;dotau.org]
> On Behalf Of David
> Jones
> Sent: Thursday, 7 September 2006 3:16 PM
> To: .au DNS Discussion List
> Subject: Re: [DNS] Monetised
> 
> --- Charlie McCormack <charlie&#167;mccormack.net.au>
> wrote:
> 
> > Would that be walking shoes as in a covering for
> the
> > foot be that human or
> > otherwise, brake shoes, horseshoes or some other
> > shoe? From my understanding
> > there are over 20 different meanings for the word
> > shoe.
> > 
> > If you went to shoes.com.au and did not find that
> it
> > was what you thought it
> > would be, would you still be unhappy with the
> > registrant for not displaying
> > the information *you* expected?
> 
> Thats why there is a "reasonableness test". I have
> no
> problem if the site  contains information relating
> to
> shoes.
> 
> Lets take for example dwarfs.com.au which has
> miraculously changed its content since my last post.
> 
> As the "website" consists of 1000s of pages 
> 
> eg 
> http://www.dwarfs.com.au/walt-disney-hotel.htm
> http://www.dwarfs.com.au/indie-rock-bands.htm
> http://www.dwarfs.com.au/babies.htm
> http://www.dwarfs.com.au/real-estate-lease.htm
> 
> etc etc
> 
> You cannot say that the website contains
> predominantly
> information about or related to dwarfs in whatever
> context you wish to portray dwarfs as.
> 
> a) the content on a monetised website must be
> related
> specifically and predominantly to the domain name;
> 
> I think the word here is "WEBSITE"
> 
> Wikipedia
> "A website (or web site, according to Associated
> Press
> guidelines) is a collection of web pages, typically
> common to a particular domain name or subdomain on
> the
> World Wide Web on the Internet."
> 
> I don't care if you only have a single page or
> several
> pages containing predominantly information related
> to
> dwarfs. You can keep the domain and you are abiding
> by
> the policy. However you won't make much money out of
> it. But as it stands if you are using "fabulous" to
> monetise these domains then every page with non
> dwarf
> related content is diluting the information related
> to
> dwarfs and thus reducing your entitlement to the
> domain.
> 
> So do the previously mentioned domains abide by
> policy. I think not
> 
> DJ
> 
> 
> 
> 		
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