All the reasons why lame delegations are no good, and
a few more
besides. The registrant thinks by paying the registry bill, service
will be reinstated. If delegation required us to participate in
the transaction, the registrant would have learned they had to pay
our bill as well.
Sure, this is reasonable -- obviously it doesn't fit the current
RFC's and the notion of a good stable DNS.
As most people know, I'm pretty idealistic most of the time, but the
current status for .nz domains is not all that different that what
has occurred elsewhere in the past.
Thats not a justification of course, just an observation.
The registry can leave the name in the register, but I
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.
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