[gtld-tech] "zfa-passwords" vs CZDS
rubensk at nic.br
Wed Mar 26 19:25:24 UTC 2014
I think sending zero accurately reflects the number of passwords issued by registry operator. It's up to ICANN to add that number to the ones they generated thru to their system in order to provide accurate reports either to management or for posting.
Em 26/03/2014, à(s) 11:58:000, Thomas Corte <Thomas.Corte at knipp.de> escreveu:
> On 26/03/2014 15:31, John R Levine wrote:
>> Yes, I realize that, but if a registry's processes are so sloppy that it
>> doesn't remember whose CZDS access applications it's approved, it's hard
>> to have a lot of sympathy.
> True; then again, the CZDS is supposed to provide a workflow tool for
> registries comprehensive enough to replace any local means needed to
> keep track of approvals.
> In any case, it doesn't make much sense to report figures back to ICANN
> which ICANN can easily determine by looking at the data of a
> system they provide themselves.
> Best regards,
> Thomas Corte
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