[DNS] How to Get Off the List

[DNS] How to Get Off the List

From: Patrick Corliss <patrick§quad.net.au>
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 11:37:49 +1100
Hi Vivienne

The best way to get off this mailing list is to go to the following URL and
select "unsubscribe"

            http://listmaster.iinet.net.au/list/dns

I'm publishing this on the list so we don't all write to you at once.

Regards
Patrick Corliss


----- Original Message -----
From: TEOH,Vivienne <vivienne.teoh&#167;detya.gov.au>
To: <dns&#167;auda.org.au>
Sent: Tuesday, November 21, 2000 10:17 AM
Subject: RE: [DNS] What's in a name? Too little, says panel


> Please take me off this email list.
>
> Thanks
>
> Vivienne Teoh
>
>  -----Original Message-----
> From: David Keegel [mailto:djk&#167;cyber.com.au]
> Sent: Tuesday, 21 November 2000 10:11
> To: dns&#167;auda.org.au
> Subject: Re: [DNS] What's in a name? Too little, says panel
>
> ] Meliza Smith <smithm&#167;callawrie.com.au> wrote:
> ]
> ] > I think Doug meant generic TMs like "Soap" for washing powder, rather
> than
> ] > generic words used on unrelated goods like "Tide" for washing powder.  I
> ] > agree, we have to know what AUDa means by "generic". Is there any
> indication
> ] > of this in the report?
>
> The review of Name Policy by that Panel is intended to have lots of
> community
> input.  If you want to express a view on what "generic" should be, then you
> can make a submission to the Panel and/or tell the DNS list (as long as the
> DNS list doesn't end up with too large a volume of traffic).  But read the
> Panel's report first, obviously.
>
> Presumably the Panel will define generic (or decide to remove the criterion
> and explain how to do that transition) in the second round of this report,
> after they have considered public input.
>
> Bear in mind that domains like com.au have no notion of classes like TMs do.
> Think about "Drive" washing powder (Trade Marked by Unilever) for instance.
>
> Patrick Corliss wrote:
> ] Of course, it is also possible just to open it up completely to all
> applicants
> ] on a "first come, first served" basis but this would invite the problems
> ] experienced in the global TLD space of all names being snapped up by
> domain
> ] name "investors".
>
> Some people describe the current com.au policy as "first come, first served"
> (among qualified applicants submitting valid applications), and might call
> a policy like the gTLD .com something like "open slather" to distinguish it.
>
>
> There is an interesting (well written) article on generic domain names at
> http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1005-200-3185398.html
>
> Any views in this email are personal only.
>
> __________________________________________________________________________
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Received on Tue Nov 21 2000 - 08:36:14 UTC

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