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From: Ewen McNeill [mailto:email@example.com]
In message <a0511173fb98fff084e9f(a)[10.0.1.3]>3]>,
Andy Gardner writes:
How about this:
Once the SRS is running and has passed tests (tests conceived by someone
other than a baboon), .nz's SLD is opened up to allcomers?
Each time someone proposes a SLD, someone (often several people) raise
the idea of a "free for all" in the SLD space.
What no one has explained to me is: what is so much better
about nationalbank.nz than national.bank.nz or for that matter
than matrix.movie (to pick an example I find
[clip a fresh dose of sanity]
Hear hear! Finally a sane point of view.
I should, however, note that (a) I think it should be
a lot easier to
get more SLDs (I do think they should be moderated, but I also think a
3-6 month proposal phase is _way_ too long; 3-6 _weeks_ would be
better), and (b) I don't have a major problem with any of the
suggestions I've seen on either nznog or isocnz-members, providing it's
intended there be a moderately logical hierachy underneath it.
I'd support this, it is too long a process. I don't want to see it
totally open slather, but since the whole vote thing can be easily
rigged, it's of little value. Council should ask around, and then decide,
and not a lot else should need to be done.
David Zanetti <david.zanetti(a)nzpost.co.nz>
Security Engineer, New Zealand Post
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