Monday, 9 March 2009

Interreta Korporacio por Nomizaj Nomoj kaj Ciferoj The Register:

During a summit in Mexico City last week, ICANN heard pleas to quit stalling from those who would propose gTLDs such as “.bzh”, “.gal”, “.eus” and “.ker” to represent the Breton, Galician, Basque and Cornish peoples, respectively.

These groups want to follow in the footsteps of Catalonia, which secured “.cat” to represent its language and culture in 2005.

The more ICANN drags its feet, the less credible they appear in the eyes of their supporters, it was claimed.

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