[Gnso-newgtld-wg-wt5] Scotland - Preparation for WT5 Meeting 14 August and Final Topic Discussion - non-AGB terms
Nick.Wenban-Smith at nominet.uk
Fri Aug 23 11:14:47 UTC 2019
It all comes back to the definitions.
The 2012 AGB may have had plenty of deficiencies, but whether it’s good policy or not it did clearly and tightly define “geographic” (in section 188.8.131.52).
Neither Ben Nevis nor Scot met the definition, so it’s clearly correct (as per the rules in the 2012 AGB, and if we are not going to follow them then what’s the point of a rulebook?).
It’s the lack of agreement on this basic definition which has been the difficulty bedevilling the whole WT5 work stream IMO.
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Subject: Re: Scotland - [Gnso-newgtld-wg-wt5] Preparation for WT5 Meeting 14 August and Final Topic Discussion - non-AGB terms
Dear Nick: I think the Ben Nevis question should be resolved by the Scottish Administration at the level of subsidiarity that they would determine.
In any case, I would hope that they would refer to ‘whisky distilleries’.
PS: To this day I am ‘abasourdi’ by a then GNP decision under 2012 AGP that .scot is not a geographical term!
On 19 Aug 2019, at 18:29, Nick Wenban-Smith <Nick.Wenban-Smith at nominet.uk<mailto:Nick.Wenban-Smith at nominet.uk>> wrote:
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