On Mon, Jan 17, 2000 at 01:57:01PM +1300, Chris Wedgwood wrote:
can leave the name in the register, but I beleive they
have a responsibility not to delegate names to name servers that
are known not to be configured to provide name service at
Sure, this seems reasonable provided there is some reliable automated
mechanism to communicate this information back back to Domainz.
This is easily handled if domain updates are only permitted by the
current registrar. In the current model, with no clear split of Domainz'
registrar and registry activities, a customer can always have more than
registrar act on his behalf -- in this case, 2Day and Domainz.
If the customer was obliged to deal with 2Day to make modifications
to his domain (since 2Day is the active registrar for that domain)
this problem presumably would not arise.
However, leaving speculation about the structure of the ccTLD aside,
it would seem reasonable for Domainz to run their current set of
authoritative nameserver checks at de-suspension time as well as
original registration (since both effectively result in a new
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