RADB Fees

Um, let us keep it the way it is. Whomever pays the piper, calls the
tune.

regards,
fletcher

Good point.

Btw, 50$/domain * million-domains is not enougph fee for the
ROOT-SERVERS, IANA etc?

Domain owner collects a lot of money, the only question is how does
they use this money. Even national domain fee (suc as .ua or .ru) can
provide enougph to keep the infrastructure in order.

Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 20:26:06 -0500
From: Fletcher E Kittredge <fkittred@gwi.net>
Reply-To: 'Mr. James W. Laferriere' <babydr@baby-dragons.com>,

     'Kevin Oberman' <oberman@es.net>

To: rmeyer@mhsc.com
Cc: 'Mr. James W. Laferriere' <babydr@baby-dragons.com>,

     'Kevin Oberman' <oberman@es.net>, 'Majdi Abbas' <majdi@puck.nether.net>,
     nanog@merit.edu

Subject: Re: RADB Fees

>
> Free is fine and good, but sooner or later the landlords need to be paid and
> the fields need harvesting in order to make the bread such that the kids can
> eat. I don't mind nominal fees if it assures the continued existance of the
> service.
>
> My personal concern is that some of these high-dollar dot-com maniacs don't
> feel that they have a need to contribute towards the infrastructure.

Um, let us keep it the way it is. Whomever pays the piper, calls the
tune.

regards,
fletcher

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