From: Vic Cinc <vicc§cia.com.au>
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2006 08:28:14 +1100
its people like you that have made auda what it is today. a total lack of
concern for the industry, a total lack of concern for the public, and a
preocupation with policy that "sounds nice" "looks good" and "feels

auda will provide value propositions for its policy changes that do not
include braging rights at internation junkets. its a simple concept, the
value provided for customers exceeds and justifies the investement
required by the industry to make that investement. 

its called a free market kim, I suggest you read up on it, it will
change your world.

I am still waiting to see the business case for idn. are you going to do
one kim? or are you a dinosaur like robert elz, just waiting to be
moved on with the arriving tide of the end of "sounds nice" and "looks
good" policy?


Kim Davies [kim&#167;cynosure.com.au] wrote:
> Quoting Vic Cinc on Sunday November 26, 2006:
> | > 
> | > Is auDA forcing registrars to implement IDN registrations?
> | 
> | we will see wont we. at this stage without a business case proposition
> | from auda I certainly have no intention of supporting it.
> So, I assume you are saying that in fact auDA has made no such
> assertion, or even suggestion.. you just thought you'd go out trolling.
> | what I said was auda has no right to inflict non commercial investment on
> | registrars.  thats not quite what your disengenious rewording is trying
> | to imply is it. its your pathetic obsession with registrar bottom line that is
> | the only nonsense.
> Surely if the regulatory environment for a registrar changes, it is free
> to re-evaluate the circumstances and decide whether it wants to stay
> in business or adapt. If a registrar decides it is too burdensome to
> continue business in .au, it's not like it has to keep doing what it's
> doing. Not that I think anything will come to that, but you make it
> sound like the world falls apart should anything not directly align with
> registrar's interests.
> | nevertheless, auda has set a very clear precedent that it is willing
> | to subsidise policy with a bottomless purse. 
> Ummm, yeah right.
> kim
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