[Comments-org-renewal-18mar19] Public Comment on .org registry agreement
me at ianwilson.org
Fri Apr 26 23:20:45 UTC 2019
I've owned ianwilson.org for 13+ years -- it's become where I share my
thoughts, host my mail, and store many, many, many memories over the years.
My email address -- me @ ianwilson.org is synonymous with personal
self-expression. I usually get a "That's a really neat email!" and, "Oh!
That makes sense" when I tell people my email address.
Removing the price cap would ultimately lead to an (what I can only assume
as) astronomic price escalation when businesses want to maximize profits.
You might as, "Ian, why don't you move to a .name?" Simply put: I've had
this identity for 13+ years -- I have no desire to change my domain to a
.name (or any other extension, honestly).
While I have no problems with businesses generating profit, I look at
non-profits with limited donations, retirees (yes, there *are* tech
retirees) with fixed incomes, and clubs with minimal memberships as an
obstacle to obtaining a unique web identity.
Please consider leaving the price caps in place for non-profits,
individuals, and clubs who are registrants of .org domains.
Thank you for allowing me to comment on this issue;
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