Why EPP may save the Net??
[Posted to Random Bytes on May 25, 2003 05:44 PM| Links to this post ]
The Register is running yet another typically clueless "article" on the state of the DNS. This time they're running with an "EPP will save the internet" angle. Anybody that's spent more than three seconds dealing with the registry/registrar model used by the ICANN sponsored gTLDs realizes that EPP is not, as they describe "...the dream ubiquitous protocol for registrant-registrar-registry information that means fast, seamless and accurate exchange of information..."

One of these days someone over there is going to actual do some research before they write an article and shock the entire world. In the meantime, I'd settle for the hari kari that they swear off in the first paragraph of the dreck that they try to pass off as an article.

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