More on Transfers

From Free2Innovate.net (asking to be nominated for Best Supporting Actor?): ICANN has issued an updated Inter-Registrar Transfers Policy “intended to provide a procedure for the smooth transition of a domain name from one registrar to another when…

From Free2Innovate.net (asking to be nominated for Best Supporting Actor?): ICANN has issued an updated Inter-Registrar Transfers Policy “intended to provide a procedure for the smooth transition of a domain name from one registrar to another when such a change is requested by the domain name holder.” It only took ICANN one year and four months to launch the new policy after it was endorsed in a “final report” first issued Nov. 30, 2002. That’s faster than normal for ICANN.UPDATE: Thomas Roesler blames NetSol for the delay.This is doubly wrong: What ICANN posted yesterday could be the final transfers policy — but isn’t because NSI wrote that letter. That’s the delay I’m blaming them for.Concerning all the other delays, it’s worth remembering how this mess begun, and what NSI said back then.