[gtld-tech] Do not implement before date in CL&D and RDAP profile

gtheo gtheo at xs4all.nl
Thu Jul 14 08:56:04 UTC 2016

Hi Francisco,

 From my understanding on the call this RDAP profile is a Registry 
requirement right? Least that was the key take away for me from the last 
session this week.

Thank you,


Michele Neylon - Blacknight schreef op 2016-07-14 03:23 AM:
> This is contrary to how changes are normally implemented and I suspect
> quite a few of us would have issues with this.
> These kind of changes are of zero benefit to registrars and are only
> implemented as a contractual obligation. Imposing further restrictions
> on when we can implement them has a non-zero impact on us, so I would
> oppose this
> Regards
> Michele
> Mr Michele Neylon
> Blacknight Hosting & Domains
> http://www.blacknight.host/
> http://www.mneylon.social
> Sent from mobile so typos and brevity are normal
>> On 13 Jul 2016, at 21:20, Francisco Arias <francisco.arias at icann.org> 
>> wrote:
>> Dear colleagues,
>> As you may recall the gTLD RDAP profile and Thick Whois policy 
>> implementation – Consistent Labeling and Display (CL&D for short) are 
>> synchronized and have a proposed effective date of 1 February 2017. 
>> This means enforcement would start on that date. However, in 
>> monitoring compliance with a given policy or contractual requirement 
>> we also need time to develop our tools and be able to *not* report 
>> false compliance issues (e.g., our current tool would raise an issue 
>> if it encounters the new Whois output that is specified in CL&D). We 
>> need to update that tool to avoid that issue from happening.
>> We’d like to add to both CL&D and the RDAP profile a “do not implement 
>> before” date to avoid the aforementioned issue. We are thinking we are 
>> going to need approximately four months to update/build our tools be 
>> able to identify the updated Whois output and RDAP output. That would 
>> give contracted parties approximately a two-month window for release 
>> before the effective. We are planning to add such a date to the 
>> documents, unless there is a reason why people think we should not.
>> Regards,
>> --
>> Francisco

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