Re: [ga] HEY VERISIGN - A DASH IS A VALID NAME IN A FQDN INCLUDING IN THE HOSTNAME OF A NAME SERVER
John and all former DNSO GA members or other stakeholders/users,
John Palmer wrote:
> To the idiots at Verisign:
> Please FIX your broken software that manages .COM and .NET -
> A HOSTNAME CAN HAVE A DASH IN IT - YOU UNDERSTAND?????
I can see your very irritated and excited. Why is that John???
> Every time I try to change the name servers for one of our .COM and .NET
> your braindead software rejects the name server because it has a dash in the
> host name.
Works fine for many of not all of our members... You sure your doing
the change your stating here correctly?
> Another reason (to go along with the SiteFinder stupidity)
> why you should be stripped of all registry responsibilities.
Now this is a legitimate gripe. However, remember ICANN made
a "Deal" with Versign, and it was a poor one. Hence leaving Verisign
latitude the perhaps they should not have...
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