[gtld-tech] Draft RDAP Operational Profile for gTLD Registries and Registrars
shollenbeck at verisign.com
Tue Jan 12 12:47:01 UTC 2016
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Francisco Arias [mailto:francisco.arias at icann.org]
> Sent: Monday, January 11, 2016 5:00 PM
> To: Hollenbeck, Scott
> Cc: gtld-tech at icann.org
> Subject: Re: [gtld-tech] Draft RDAP Operational Profile for gTLD
> Registries and Registrars
> On 1/9/16, 6:40 AM, "Hollenbeck, Scott" <shollenbeck at verisign.com>
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: gtld-tech-bounces at icann.org On Behalf Of Francisco Arias
> >> Sent: Friday, January 08, 2016 6:53 PM
> >> To: Andrew Newton; Gannon, James-1
> >> Cc: gtld-tech at icann.org
> >> Subject: Re: [gtld-tech] Draft RDAP Operational Profile for gTLD
> >> Registries and Registrars
> >> I think there is perhaps a misunderstanding. The current profile
> >> proposal does support/allow for tiered access, as long as an
> >> provision, waiver, or Consensus Policy supports/allows such thing
> >> section 1.4.11 of the proposal).
> >Francisco, how many gTLDs have such provisions in place?
> Scott, there are three gTLDs (.cat, .name, and .tel) with tiered-access
> provisions as described in the public comment landing page for the gTLD
> RDAP profile at https://www.icann.org/public-comments/rdap-profile-
> >Will those that do not be able to defer implementation until the
> needed "agreement provision,
> >waiver, or Consensus Policy" terms are in place?
> I don’t understand this, could you elaborate?
IANA's root zone database* currently lists 1,216 delegations. 901 of them are described as "generic", "generic-restricted", or "sponsored" top-level domains. Per the info you shared above, only 3 (0.003%) of the 901 gTLDs have an agreement that includes tiered-access provisions. The remainder (which represent a very significant majority) do not, and are thus excluded from "The current profile proposal does support/allow for tiered access" because "as long as an agreement provision, waiver, or Consensus Policy supports/allows such thing" is not met.
Will gTLDs that do not currently have an agreement provision, waiver, or Consensus Policy that allows tiered access be able to defer implementation until an agreement provision, waiver, or Consensus Policy that allows tiered access is in place?
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