[gtld-tech] draft-lozano-tmch-func-spec and QLP addendum
m.alzoba at gmail.com
Tue Feb 10 01:44:26 UTC 2015
Please be aware that GEO applicants can register domains even not being in SURL
for benefit of the Public Authority.
I do not personally understand how to technically formalize it ... list of public authorities is not limited to 10th ... it is up to 1000-2000 departments / wholly owned companies belonging to the city
in a case of a capital ... also names of parks and monuments in translation / transliteration ... e.t.c.
it is Art 2.2 of the http://newgtlds.icann.org/en/about/trademark-clearinghouse/rpm-requirements-qlp-addendum-10apr14-en.pdf
Trademark Clearinghouse Rights Protection Mechanism Requirements
Qualified Launch Program Addendum
2.2 To a registrant who is an international, national, regional, local or municipal governmental authority (a “Public Authority”) and such QLP Name is either identical to, or translation or a transliteration of, (i) the name or acronym of such Public Authority, (ii) the name of a building, park, monument, airport or other public place operated by such Public Authority, (iii) the name of a region, city, street, district or other geographic area under the governance of such Public Authority, or (iv) the name of a recognized public service provided by such Public Authority. Except as permitted by this Section 2.2, if a QLP Name matches a label contained in the Sunrise List, such QLP Name MUST NOT as part of the Qualified Launch Program be Allocated or registered to a registrant who is not a SunriseEligible Rights Holder with a valid SMD file for a label that matches the QLP Name.
P.s: example: police.GEOtld_city should not go to eyewearmaker ... it should go to Police department of the city.
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On Feb 9, 2015, at 23:19 , Rik Ribbers <rik.ribbers at sidn.nl> wrote:
> I’ve got a question concerning the QLP addendum in relation to the IETF TMCH functional specification draft (http://tools.ietf.org/id/draft-lozano-tmch-func-spec-09.txt )
> In section “5.4.1. Domain Registration” of the IEFT draft a decision table is provided the services a registry must provide for the QLP allocation scenarios. This table suggests that a QLP registration during sunrise must be validated against the DNL list and the SURL list.
> However in the QLP addendum it is only mentioned that a QLP registration during sunrise must be validated against the SURL list.
> I assume that the addendum is correct, but is that a correct assumption?
> Kind regards,
> Rik Ribbers
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