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ICANN approves Frisian extension. Frl good
Friesland gets its own extension. Frl. That the Icann decided. The first sites. Frl the extension should appear within a few months as the company says registrations. Frl sites will handle.
The application ran since 2012 and was adopted on March 14, so has the Icann to know . Thus it will be possible to register with. Frl as extension instead of. Com or. Com sites. Companies and governments will be able to capture. URLs within a few months “The waiting game is not yet completely over,” says Ewout de Graaf of FRLregistry. “We are now entering into the contract negotiations, followed by a technical acceptance test and only then does the top-level domain in the root end and we can start to get. Frl domain names working with the first.”
Presumably will initially mainly governments, organizations engaged in the Frisian language and culture, and if companies are interested in one. Frl domain. The province of Friesland has long been concerned with the applications of its own top level domain, the Frisian States spoke almost six years ago, the desire to make that possible. The province wanted to end up not paying, but a company ultimately decided the cost on taking . Radio Veronica and Omrop Fryslân in 2006 took a one-april joke by pretending extension. Fy would be approved .Viewing:-198
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