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The Proposed .geo
Top-Level Domain Name


.geo is a proposed new top-level domain name which has been submitted to ICANN by SRI International - .geo provides an open and scalable infrastructure to index, discover, and serve any information on the web based upon the latitude-longitude location of the data being referred to. According to the initial ICANN review, the ".geo proposal will help to humanize the web".



.geo Resources

. .geo Executive Summary

. .geo Proposal to ICANN

. ICANN's initial review of .geo

. Letters of support for .geo

. Press Kit (Release, Articles, etc.)

. The ICANN Web Site

. Meet the .geo Team

. SRI's Digital Earth Project

. Example .geo Browser Movie
         (MPEG 4.7MB, AVI 12.1MB, More!)


SRI submitted a reconsideration request to ICANN on its decision to not select the .geo TLD. Read SRI's Reconsideration Request. This request was rejected by ICANN on March 16, 2001.

 
News

16 Mar 2001: ICANN rejects SRI's Reconsideration Request

15 Dec 2000: SRI submits Reconsideration Request to ICANN

16 Nov 2000: ICANN selects 7 top-level domain names

10 Nov 2000: ICANN posts favorable review of .geo

5 Nov 2000: ICANN closes the first public commentary period

Past news items...

               dot-geo egroup

There is a dot-geo discussion list at eGroups.com which has been set up to allow announcements, feedback, and discussion on the new proposed top-level domain name .geo.

URL:   http://www.egroups.com/group/dot-geo/

 


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