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.ASIA 单字符和双字符分配提案


评论期截止日期 (*) 重要信息链接
开放日期: 2011 年 11 月 4 日 提交意见(论坛已关闭)
关闭日期: 2011 年 12 月 16 日 时间(UTC): 23:59 查看已提交评论
第 I 部分:描述、说明及目的

DotAsia 提议修订其 2006 年协议 (,从而允许将单字符和双字符 .ASIA 域名推向市场。我们鼓励机构群体对此提案发表意见,意见征询截止日期为 2011 年 12 月 16 日。


  1. “先锋域名计划”(亦称 RFP 流程),用于邀请感兴趣的注册人提出具体的使用和推广计划;
  2. “预注册”阶段,供有资格的商标名称持有者和公司名称持有者对 RFP 阶段中未分配的域名提交申请;
  3. 抢注和拍卖阶段,该阶段针对先锋域名计划和预注册流程中未分配的域名。与 .ASIA 启动流程类似,如果在上述任何期间收到多个成功核实的申请,那么将在这些成功核实的申请之间进行域名拍卖。

这项公平的逐步分配方案旨在确保更好地使用和推广 .ASIA 域名,从而提高 .ASIA 域名在机构群体中的认知度,并更好地服务于亚太地区的互联网群体。

修正版的内容可参见带修订标记的附录 6 草案 [PDF, 276 KB],该文件应结合 RSEP 要求 ( [PDF, 21 KB]) 来阅读。
第 II 部分:背景信息
提案 [PDF, 21 KB] 于 2011 年 8 月 9 日通过 RSEP 流程提交给 ICANN,并发布于以下页面:。有关评估流程的详情,请参见:
第 III 部分:文档和资源链接
第 IV 部分:其他信息
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