jim at well.com
Mon Jul 28 19:39:43 PDT 2008
i don't know the exact cost to rescue the
sf-lug.net domain name, it's on the order of
$100 for from one to three years, i forget.
i forget for the reason that it seems no
one has a good-enough-for-me argument for
retaining control of the name. I.e., nathan's
arguments that some bad guy would sully the
sf-lug name didn't strike me strongly enough
that i would part with my money.
so if you feel strongly about the need to
retain control, please pipe up and articulate
ron's offer is gracious, and i accept in
spirit, which for now seems enough.
On Mon, 2008-07-28 at 12:14 -0700, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting ron wellman (wellmanron at gmail.com):
> > have you determined the cost of reclaiming sf-lug.net? I might be willing to
> > supply the cash to do so. I do understand that you are the primary source of
> > free cash for sflug.
> Just to help out: _If_ Net$ol permits erstwhile owners of recently
> expired domains to renew them during the "pending deletion" period, then
> Jim can probably determine the answer to your question by following
> these Net$ol instructions:
> (Basically, go to http://www.networksolutions.com/, pick Account Manager
> in the navbar, login using Jim's customer account username/password,
> select the domain, select "renew", decline the inevitable Net$ol upsell
> attempt, and jot down the prices offered for various years' worth of
> I note:
> Only Account Holders/Primary Contacts and Account Administrative
> Contacts on the account can purchase or renew services for the domain
> I mentioned earlier that many registrars have this restriction. Some
> others (e.g., joker.com) permit _anyone_ to lob money at them to renew
> domains registered through them.
> (Disclaimer: I haven't been a Network Solutions customer since the
> If Net$ol does _not_ permit customers to renew expired domains within
> the "pending deletion" period, then you get to experience the ineffable
> joy of attempting to acquire a domain at auction:
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> sf-lug at linuxmafia.com
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