William Allen Simpson
wsimpson at greendragon.com
Wed Jun 18 20:27:37 UTC 1997
It took a long time, but here's the reply to my earlier message:
> Date: Tue, 17 Jun 97 09:42:22 PDT
> From: US Domain Registration <usdomreg at ISI.EDU>
> To be clear, no you can't assume that you can register anywhere for
> free in the US domain. You don't have to deal with 3rd party services
> if you don't want to, but if you don't then you do have to deal with
> the manager for the delegated domain. That manager may charge a fee
> for his service.
> The current policies of the US domain are on the web page at
> Check the "Overview" information.
> US Domain Registry
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> Date: Thu, 12 Jun 97 18:27:07 GMT
> From: "William Allen Simpson" <wsimpson at greendragon.com>
> To: iana at isi.edu
> Cc: nanog at merit.edu
> Subject: Re: usdns.org
> > From: Eric Kozowski <kozowski at structured.net>
> > I received the following from Jon Postel. Posted with his permission.
> > >The USDNS organization is esentially a broker for domain names in the
> > >US (and maybe other) domains.
> > >...
> > >In the world there are many such services, we all make tradeoffs every
> > >day between doing something ourselves vs using a service to do it for
> > >us. We all trade money vs time and/or knowledge and/or skill.
> > >...
> > >The US Domain Administration does not make any recommendations positive
> > >or negative about such services.
> > >
> Great. Just wanted to be clear on this official policy. We can still
> register ourselves without paying any service, anywhere in the US domain.
> And any "service", fee or no fee, can update the _same_ subdomains.
> There is no subdomain "ownership".
> Also, there was another posting saying that IANA had made a limitation
> last year for each "service" only serving 50 US sub-domains.
> I didn't see any such announcement. Could you update the US domain RFC
> WSimpson at UMich.edu
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