Re: about new domain name and DNS server
On Sun, 27 Jan 2002, Jason Lim wrote:
I think he wants us to go into the Registrar, Internic or root
nameserver biz. I doubt Debian as an organization would be interested.
Many of the registrars do use Linux to run their businesses.
The subject of going into business as a registrar is really off topic for
this list. If Mr Lin is interested in starting a non-profit registrar or
for-profit registrar, it will require a plan, grants or other funding,
business and technical talent.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Eric Lin" <email@example.com>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Friday, January 25, 2002 10:37 AM
> Subject: about new domain name and DNS server
> > Dear Debian users or any linux users:
> > In the article, there is someone point out because there is an
> > authority manage or contral .com domain, so to get our newdomain.com
> > have to pay him or her to register.
> > But why nowaday , there are more and more companies doing regiester
> > domain from 14 to 8.95 /yr - let you check wheter the domain you like
> > is available, also help you bind your newdomain with URL
> > address(additional charge in my case 6/yr)?
> > Can we, linux, proud of internet reinger compete such business
> > with them?
> > I know static ip is difficult to get by high shoot arin.net's 2500
> > usd, but 20/yr's DNS job should under our fire.
> > sincere eric, email@example.com
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