[AfrICANN-discuss] Breaking News: DotConnectAfrica Trust
WinsResounding Victory against ICANN in IRP Accountability
mje at posix.co.za
Tue Jul 14 18:00:03 UTC 2015
On Tue, 2015-07-14 at 17:35 +0200, Mike Silber wrote:
> This contains a useful list of resources to start your search:
Umm... Who put this together???
Its just ever so slightly one sided... (sarcasm)
References are also interesting....
7 + 18:
domainnewsafrica.com. IN NS ns06.domaincontrol.com.
domainnewsafrica.com. IN NS ns05.domaincontrol.com.
tandaabiashara.com. IN NS ns44.domaincontrol.com.
tandaabiashara.com. IN NS ns43.domaincontrol.com.
dotconnectafrica.org. IN NS ns20.domaincontrol.com.
dotconnectafrica.org. IN NS ns19.domaincontrol.com.
domainingafrica.com. IN NS ns05.domaincontrol.com.
domainingafrica.com. IN NS ns06.domaincontrol.com.
All these at the same Hosting Provider as DCA???? Coincidence???
All running Wordpress - two have almost identical contact pages...
Reminds me of an incident where a particular character pretended to also be someone else.
> On 14/07/2015 13:08, Matogoro Jabera wrote:
> > Hello Christopher,
> > I also asked the same BUT no one from the list is ready to share to
> > new fellows. Let us keep reading their reply possibly we will be able
> > to comment on this matter.
> > Regards,
> > Matogoro J
> > On 7/14/15, Christopher Momanyi <cmomanyi at strathmore.edu> wrote:
> >> Dear Nigel,
> >> I like your comments but disagree with your bringing the papacy into these
> >> issue. There is totally no connection between the papacy and this case. As a
> >> new fellow, I would like somebody to explain the case and its origin.
> >> Regards
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: "Nigel Roberts" <nigel at channelisles.net>
> >> Sent: 13/07/2015 15:53
> >> To: "AfrICANN list" <africann at afrinic.net>
> >> Subject: Re: [AfrICANN-discuss] Breaking News: DotConnectAfrica Trust
> >> WinsResounding Victory against ICANN in IRP Accountability
> >> On 13/07/15 13:41, Mwendwa Kivuva wrote:
> >>> opportunity to go back to the drawing board, and probably negotiate with
> >>> ZACR for a revenue sharing deal. Its all about revenue isn't it?
> >> I'd be elected Pope *AND* eat my hat if ZACR entered into any form of
> >> payoff agreement with DCA, after their behaviour, which must have cost
> >> .AFRICA several hundreds of thousand dollars AND delayed the launch of
> >> .AFRICA by several years.
> >> If DCA were just about getting revenue, I'm sure they'd have tried years
> >> ago. It seems more about ego to me.
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