I am thinking about contacting LibO and TDF domain holders that we are
not yet aware of. Lots of people registered domain names and connected
them to our DNS servers, and informed us, but some also didn't.
Most of these are friendly (i.e. pointing the domain to their mirror or
the like), and I really hate legal letters, so my take would be to send
them a short notice that we right now have started the LibO website, and
would be delighted to connect these domains to our DNS, so they point to
the right site, or even transfer them to us.
Even if someone refuses that, as long as the site is a "friendly" one,
it can stay where it is -- I would only take action on fraud sites.
What do you think?
Florian Effenberger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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