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

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Current Supporters

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.
Will Millinship 23rd Jun, 2011 - 17:33
Too bloody right.
Neil Humphrey 21st Jun, 2011 - 23:38
Dear DOT ENG.ORG, As well as being a signatory to your petition, I have been working on a legal route to unlock country codes at UN to include England. (Please email me for details as it is legally complex). I have noticed that United Domains is collecting .ENG domain names even though the application process to be TLD has not started. I have asked them (without response) if this is merely a front to raising capital (or at least figures to seek investors) to abduct our (English) national top level domain (to USA top level domain). In order to prevent this, I had to act quickly and have registered DOT ENG as a limited company. ICANN require prior work, which I have in both 3lions.eu and english-national.com domain registrations; along with your work. Without liability to yourselves, I will legally represent DOT ENG in the courts of the United States of America (where each side meets its own costs, and so there is minimal penalty for losing, unlike English courts). Whilst ICANN itself has mechanisms, ultimately these are sub-ordinate to US federal courts. The best thing at present is an injunction, for a level playing field, as United Domains assertion of an applicable DOT ENG company are false. (See our registration in England & Wales). As United Domains are based in the US, they should not be at liberty to dictate (lack of) rules for .ENG top level domain. The .US top level domain required residency or incorporation in the United States of America. We would be seeking similar requirements. Why should american domain name campers spoil our party? In order to achieve success in .ENG for England top level domain, at least £115K needs to be raised; although this may increase in any bid process. As a consequence, a very active (apolitical) campaign, early on, is necessary to achieve this goal (without falling victim to an ever increasing bidding war). Otherwise, non-English registrants will be able to mass plunder and park otherwise useful domains for our economy. From Google it is clear that DOT ENG . ORG is the the primarly website for such a campaign, and I am proposing an alliance to form a not-for-profit company; with immediate link to our project, and board positions for your elected members. It is all subject to a meeting of minds. Hence my open request to your respected petition (to which I am a signatory). However, that has not been ICANNed. This is the new frontier. I am thinking along the lines of seeking 11500 Frontier Shareholders to each pledge £10 now to our campaign, this will be totally refundable should we not win. Should we win the bid process, this will include a years domain name, with subsequent year for only the ICANN yearly fee (currently $2). This can be achieved through negotiating a 2 year support deal on the necessary server infrastructure. I have experience in this area, and have been negotiating with a number of English engineering companies and university departments, who have prime server locations. Regards, Neil Humphrey, Company Secretary of DOT ENG limited, (+44) (0)797 0163892
Karol Karwacki 21st Jun, 2011 - 13:56
I agree, I'm from Poland, even we have our own domain
Jordan Stanley 21st Jun, 2011 - 04:54
Patrick Toalster 20th Jun, 2011 - 14:13
it brings a bit of variety into the web

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