[regext] Implementations of draft-wisser-registrylock?

Alexander Mayrhofer <alexander.mayrhofer@nic.at> Wed, 25 March 2020 09:30 UTC

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Hello everyone,

Ulrich has published a new revision of his registry lock draft (draft-wisser-registrylock). We're currently in the process of evaluating whether that draft would fit into a) our processes and b) the need of our registrars. We do - of course - want to avoid introducing any "weird local special procedures", and therefore I'd appreciate feedback on

-          Any registry (besides .se) implementing the respective extension (in its current draft form, obviously)

-          What are registrars planning with regards to that (or similar) interfaces to administrate registrylock?

I know that - as always - it's a chicken and egg problem, but I'd like to get a temperature of the room. And I know the document is an individual draft, but I suppose this working group is the most appropriate place to pose that question. I'm also more than happy to help in further development of the draft, if registries and registrars believe the document is useful!

Feedback appreciated.