adam beecher wrote:
> Maybe they should amend that to cover common second-levels too - co, ac, etc.
It already does - the minimum domain you can register is three letters
(the only exception is the University of Limerick, which already had the
domain. Apparently one member of the IEDR's staff said at one point
that that was a mistake anyway).
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