[AfrICANN-discuss] Joining the dotAfrica mailing list
babyambassa at yahoo.fr
Thu May 24 11:22:01 SAST 2012
Hi! Rebecca, can you show the mailing list please?
De : Rebecca Wanjiku <rebecca.wanjiku at gmail.com>
À : africann at afrinic.net
Envoyé le : Jeudi 24 mai 2012 8h58
Objet : [AfrICANN-discuss] Joining the dotAfrica mailing list
On 22 May 2012, ICANN will reopened the new generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) application process following the earlier technical glitch that you will no doubt be aware of. This was a welcome development as there was substantial debate around whether applications were materially affected.
The dotAfrica gTLD is one of the new domains that have attracted a number of applicants and there is on-going interest in both the actual application process and how the continent will benefit from this new geographic name, which will allow Africa to be uniquely-identified online.
Bearing the above in mind, we would like to invite you to join the dotAfrica community mailing list for up-to-the-minute news about Africa`s new gTLD bid for .Africa top level domain.
We also plan for the mailing list to go beyond discussing only dotAfrica, so that it includes larger African Internet and ICT issues. For this reason, we encourage you to subscribe and help make this list representative of the African Internet community. You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to be in the African ICT loop!
Please join our mailing list to participate in this community-driven approach to information. By joining our mailing list you will have access to, amongst others, dotAfrica announcements, requests for comments or advice
from the community and you will also be among the first to receive notifications of upcoming events.
Thanking you in advance for your support and just a quick reminder that you can follow the dotAfrica campaign on Facebook (facebook/africandomain) and Twitter (twitter.com/africandomain).
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