A registry on new registry services.

If you look at the Summary of Constituency Statements on Future new Services or Actions by gTLD Registries on the GNSO web site, you’ll notice that the gTLD registry constituency — presumably the constituency most directly impacted by the ongoing…

If you look at the Summary of Constituency Statements on Future new Services or Actions by gTLD Registries on the GNSO web site, you’ll notice that the gTLD registry constituency — presumably the constituency most directly impacted by the ongoing PDP — is the only GNSO constituency that has not submitted a constituency statement in this process. From a statement on this process submitted to the GNSO by Neulevel, we now learn that the reason for the gTLD registry constituency’s silence is lack of consensus.Neulevel’s submission includes a detailed description of a possible review process. Although I haven’t digested the details of this proposal, yet, I’d recommend a look — as far as I know, this is the first time that one of the gTLD registries speaks on the record about detailed ideas for a “registry services process.”