On Tue, Aug 27, 2002 at 12:04:10PM +1200, Roger De Salis wrote:
The value of the namespace arises from both being
I don't get that. Why is "nbnz.co.nz" simpler and more logical than
"national.bank.nz"? Is "asbbank.co.nz" easier to remember than
It is very hard to see how a 2LD can be justified
to support the wishes of the 5 real banks, and ~20 wannabe banks,
or broking houses, or insurance houses, who like to think they
are bank like.
It's harder for me to figure out why anybody needs to be put in the
position of having to justify it.
The restriction of registrations under the existing second-level
labels has no technical basis, given that most names are under co.nz
anyway. I'm not seeing the sociological or educational reasons for
I must be missing something, because the only other reason I can
think of for the restriction is to perpetuate the need for the
organisation that requires the justification.
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