> ]> What exactly is the zone-c (Zone Contact) for a domain?
> ]> What is different about its role compared to the tech-c
> ]> and admin-c?
> ]If not the same I'd presume that the tech-c is the person who actually
> ]knows how to get stuff done while the admin-c is the manager type person
> ]who tells said tech-c to actually get stuff done once they've finished
>> I would interpret the zone-c as the person who pays the bill, and the
> admin-c as the person who implements and looks after the DNS.
The guy who pays the bills is the billing-c. I'd imagine that
the tech-c is the guy who does the actual implementation (and
he's the guy who gets contacted if there is a problem).
There was a time when there were only 3 roles, admin-c (the boss),
billing-c (the cheque-writer) and the tech-c (the guru). Then
this zone-c appeared. What does he do?
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