[gtld-tech] CZDS Support for Request Cancellation

Viktor Dukhovni ietf-dane at dukhovni.org
Wed Apr 27 23:03:27 UTC 2022

On Wed, Apr 27, 2022 at 10:12:46PM +0000, ICANN Global Support wrote:

> Today we have released new functionality in the Centralized Zone Data
> Service (CZDS) system that allows zone file access requesters to
> cancel a previously submitted access request that is still in pending
> status.

Thanks!  This is very much appreciated.

> Canceled access requests will no longer require any action from the
> requester or the registry operator and will have no effect on future
> access requests.
> If you have any questions, please contact globalsupport at icann.org.

I think my question has a broader audience, so I am asking it here

   What effect does cancelling a long neglected "pending" request have
   on outstanding complaints?  Are they also automatically closed?

The reason I ask, is that after closing long neglected requests I am
opening fresh requests in the hope that they might get approved this
time around.  If they don't get processed in a fairly generous time
frame (say 4 weeks), I'd like to file a fresh complaint, and would
like it to not register as a duplicate...

[ I've cancelled and reopened ZFA requests for "citadel" and "xn--kput3i",
  it'll be interesting to see whether this helps to unwedge the process. ]


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