Le 2011-06-21 09:30, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions a écrit :
There are new domain suffix rules so if LibreOffice could have a
.libro domain suffix, but it is very expensive. $185,000.
Maybe one day it would be lower costing, like .com or .org.
I wonder which country has the .lo domain suffix? It would be
interesting to have that suffix since LO is one of the abbreviations
The article stated it took 6 years to decide this new rule[s]. There
are over 300 domain suffixes, with the bulk being country codes. The
article stated that suffixes like .apple, .ipad, .lego and other
business or product names could be used, as long as there is not
trademark or copyright infringement. .bank and .hotel could be used
for those type of businesses. Well after the powers-that-be approved
.xxx for a domain suffix, this move to business and company name
suffixes was the next step.
So what do you think? Would it be a great marketing "tool" to have a
LibreOffice domain suffix? I know that .TV is being used for
marketing and that domain is for a small island government. I wonder
which country uses .lo and would registration of that .lo suffix would
be possible at all.
To me, getting a ".libreoffice" would be worth the expense.
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