DotEng | The Campaign for a .eng Domain Extension for England!

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Current Supporters

Peter Hearn 18th Sep, 2011 - 09:04
Independence for England!
Daniel Oliver 6th Sep, 2011 - 18:56
Too right.
john smith 17th Aug, 2011 - 21:05
Lars Schütt 6th Aug, 2011 - 21:37
sandra humphrey 28th Jul, 2011 - 16:23
No response from this website. (See unreplied email). Automated blog but no-one home! If you want .ENG top level domain to happen, visit www.dot-eng.com, either to... ...subscribe for Sunrise Interest Only of .ENG domains ... or Private Investor Share Purchase (win or lose bid, any remaining funds will be returned to Shareholders. Should generate £3 million a year instead of Nominet .co.uk, which will issue a divident, but also be used to buy back shares (to become non-for-profit mutual). ... or to be candidate for DOT ENG Limited Management Board(s). xxx Sandy Neil's unreplied email, phone, letter... Dear DOT ENG ORG, I have sent a text message to John, re-iterating a need for progress on .ENG domain name (before it is kidnapped by a US company). I am serious in proposing £115K application fee fund-raising. I wish to have a project kick-off launch for PC Pro, Register etc around 22nd August (Battle of Bosworth re-enactment 20th & 21st August 2011). A lot of the bid process is putting together a structured technical proposal (I am a senior IT consultant). This needs to make credible progress, in order to attract private investors. I hope we can agree to actually do something, and John will take an active part in project committee, because .ENG will be already gone by the time you have got the UK government to do something (which they won't). The ICANN rules permit it, as England is not recognised as a country code (unbelievably!!!). If doteng.org does not intend to apply for doteng, then there is no point in having this website, and I will seek transferral of domain as ICANN dispute. Please send me details of setting up a link. Regards, Neil Humphrey
Jon Simmonds 19th Jul, 2011 - 19:53
I agree with Anon Anon. The United Kingdom is no longer 'united' so therefore England should have it's independence as well as all the other countries in the UK. Good luck England! :)
Aaron Reichart-Ilett 18th Jul, 2011 - 20:59
Alex Shikhmuradov 13th Jul, 2011 - 06:55
Make it happen! .ENG!
Sax Russell 11th Jul, 2011 - 20:43
HUZZAH!
Anon Anon 25th Jun, 2011 - 15:57
F the union. The UK is no longer united, if so it should be one law for all, therefore if they want their own, TLD then we shall have ours.

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