Scotland ccTLD? - armchair quarterbacking

Eric Brunner-Williams brunner at nic-naa.net
Wed Sep 17 15:28:52 UTC 2014


well, apropos to point #2, the iso3166/ma includes representatives from
ten agencies, of which a certain 501(c)(3) originally in marina del rey,
now in los angeles, is included.

however, i can't imagine staff offering an opinion of record on the subject.

"ay" for "aye" would work for me.

-e

On 9/17/14 8:03 AM, manning bill wrote:
> Perhaps a dose of factual information may temper this thread.
> If we are talking about ISO-3166-2 - the basis for the CCTLD delegations, then:
>
> 1_  Scotland has no say in the country code selected.
> 2_  ICANN has no say in the country code selected.
> 3_  The choice is up to an ISO committee.   
>
> See:  http://www.iso.org/iso/country_codes.htm
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> /bill
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> On 16September2014Tuesday, at 18:15, Larry Sheldon <LarrySheldon at cox.net> wrote:
>
>> On 9/16/2014 18:57, Masataka Ohta wrote:
>>> What will happen to ".uk" if England is left alone?
>>>
>>> 					Masataka Ohta
>> There are still at least 3 countries left in the UK if Scotland splits.
>>
>> The name change is that in that event, Great Britain (.gb
>> country-code 	Reserved Domain - IANA) will refer only to the land mass
>> (which it should any way, but if often used to refer to the three
>> kingdoms on it.
>>
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