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fwd: Re: [registrars] Re: hijacked

  • From: Eric Brunner-Williams in Portland Maine
  • Date: Sun Jan 16 10:25:36 2005

Oki all,

Delivery of RC mail to me is fairly desultory. Apparently there is an
earlier thread. Post-Rome the very purpose of the RC seems to me to be
doubtful (advocacy for registrars other than NetSol+4), and post-Elana
the process of the RC left me disinterested.

I'm particularly enamored by Ross' notion of what is going on on NANOG.


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On 1/16/2005 12:29 AM Mark Jeftovic noted that:

> There's a thread on NANOG to the effect that has been
> hijacked from Dotster over to MelbourneIT and it has pretty
> well taken and its customers offline, see

I don't see what you are looking at - .net and .com point to the same 
place with no indication of anything awry...of course, I'm late to the 
game and the DNS probably tells a different story...

> Looks like this may be among the first high-profile unauthorized
> transfer under the new transfer policy.

Looks like a bunch of guys on the NANOG list engaging in a lot of 
conjecture without the benefit of a lot of facts.

> Maybe there needs to some sort of emergency reversion where at least the
> nameservers can be rolled back immediately while the contesting parties
> sort it out.

Might be interesting - what criteria would trigger the process?

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