[CCWG-ACCT] "Christmas trees" and "Consumer Trust" in Article 1 of the Bylaws
Mueller, Milton L
milton at gatech.edu
Wed Jan 13 22:02:04 UTC 2016
Agree strongly with Andrew here.
It is another example of how advocates of including the Consumer Trust stuff seem to be deaf to the concern that is being expressed. You can't just leave that language in there without a very specific context.
If the consumer trust advocates can't accept such a basic and simple limitation on the applicability of thee AoC language, I would say that the whole AoC incorporation into the bylaws needs to be kicked to WS2.
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> of the Bylaws
> On Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 04:40:01PM -0500, Greg Shatan wrote:
> > The "DNS marketplace" is the term that's used in the AoC, so I assume
> > there is background and history to show how that is viewed in this context.
> Several of us (including, I'm afraid, anybody I know who actually has to
> operate servers) _always_ thought it was a terribly unfortunate term, that it
> was careless language, and that it was going to come back and hurt. But
> people were willing to live with it because they thought it was limited to the
> new TLDs; and, since those new TLDs couldn't be used in any other part of the
> Internet before delegation, it was not so risky.
> The very concern that many of us had is now being proposed to be activated
> now. This is the same kind of problem that the IAB was worried about earlier
> in the over-broad mission language.
> Best regards,
> Andrew Sullivan
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