This month we attended the SCa LE conference held in Pasadena, California.
It may be the shortest month of the year but it’s starting to heat up (well, not necessarily literally) and things are starting to really cook.
Update: Gandi notifications AND In Depth: EBEROs Tech Fundamentals: Debian And as always, we'll be wrapping things up with This month's release calendar and Promo Round-up.
We’re happy about what we’ve been able to do this month and we’re looking forward to more next month.
Since our last newsletter, a lot has happened: we went to SCa LE in Pasadena, we were awarded the award for most promising registrar by the registry for domains, which we see as a really promising development for future cooperation (not just promising for ourselves), and we’ve made some updates to our Simple Hosting php platform.
The Chinese domain name market is hot right now, like we said, and shopping is always popular, so this one seems like a pretty solid win. You can check the full list here for recently added strings.
Remember: these are new TLDs on the cutting edge of having been added by ICANN.We didn't hold back, calling it "internet pollution." But now we can add to the reasons not to endorse the practice after the domain name lost a UDRP claim leveled against it by Enterprise the car rental company.UDRP, for those unfamiliar with it, stands for Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy.This UDRP ruling signals that if the idea that polluting the internet with parking page ads doesn’t offend you, there may be other reasons to avoid it as well.On January 26, we hosted the final Open Late event of the meetup’s temporary residency at Gandi.Peter Shipley was the guest speaker and he gave a talk about the security flaws inherent to TCP/IP.