[LINK] What happened to the .info.au domain?

Crispin Harris crispin.harris at gmail.com
Sat Aug 21 20:48:08 AEST 2010

well, Benno Rice managed to register belowtheline.org.au for similar
purposes, so it is possible to do that.


On Sat, Aug 21, 2010 at 6:13 PM, Robin Whittle <rw at firstpr.com.au> wrote:

> I wrote to Cameron McCormack to thank him for his excellent site:
>  http://belowtheline.cc
> which enables the easy creation of a personalised how-to-vote card for
> all senate candidates, by placing whole groups of candidates in order
> as desired and then optionally moving individual candidates up or down
> in the total order.
> I suggested it would better be in a .au domain, and he replied that he
> didn't think it would meet the criteria for a .au domain:
>   http://www.auda.org.au/domains/au-domains/
>  asn.au   com.au   net.au   id.au   org.au
> It is not possible to register a new domain under ".info.au" - which
> seems strange.  I couldn't easily see why this policy was adopted.
> So here is a public spirited programmer, doing great work of real
> value to many people - as David Boxall wrote: something the Australian
> Electoral Commission should probably do - and he can't find an
> Australian domain to register it under.
>  - Robin
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