adam beecher stated the following on Thu, May 11, 2000 at 02:55:33PM +0100 :
> > I'm sure that second level domains (.co.ie, .edu.ie, etc . . .) were
> > thoroughly discussed by IEDR, and I'm sure they thought they had a very
> > good reason not to go with them, but I think it is definitely is holding
> > back the registration of .ie domain names.
> And thoroughly discussed by everyone else too. I don't see how not having second
> levels is holding it back though. Why do you say that? The only second-level I'm
> surpised we don't have is gov.ie. Using irlgov.ie is just plain silly. Jeez,
> Nominet in the UK have their *own* second level - nic.uk! :)
We can't have gov.ie, IEDR rules preclude it.
Colin, The guy who want net.ie for his company.
I guess, I relate more to a satanic chicken and an over sexed
goat more than tech support people :)
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