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Comment[edit]

The proposal to merge (remove) does not appear to extend to other pages documenting well-known pending linguistic and cultural top-level domain applications, e.g., .eus, .gal, .bzh, .scot, .cym(ri) or .cym(ru) or .wales, ... or to pages documenting well-known pending regional top-level domain applications, e.g., .quebec, .lat, ...

If the proposal to merge (remove) targets an application brought by several indigenous governments for a single, jointly policied and cooperatively managed top-level domain, and no others, the policy rational should be clarified.

If the proposal to merge (remove) targets a larger class of the ICANN estimated 500 to 1,000 applications it expects, possibly for similarity of possible pages, for reasons of scale, again, the policy rational should be clarified.

Ebw+nai (talk) 14:09, 20 November 2010 (UTC)