ccNSO members are invited to vote on the proposed policy for the retirement of ccTLDs until July 28.
LACTLD is pleased to announce that the Board of Directors has agreed to appoint Rocío de la Fuente as General Manager of the Association.
In order to inform policy developments and discussions, the Association of Latin American and the Caribbean ccTLDs has published its report on the latest ICANN Public Meeting held virtually between June 14 and 17.
LACTLD’s General Assembly took place on Tuesday, June 22 and July 6 online. During the Assembly, the Board of Directors elections were held.
Hugo Salgado, Research and Development Engineer at NIC Chile, explains what “RRSERIAL”, the new EDNS option under development by IETF, consists of and explains its impact on the Internet in the region.
The exclusive zone for the registration of cooperatives domains arises from the joint work between INAES and NIC Argentina, with the aim of promoting the solidarity economy and encouraging the path of digital transformation of cooperatives in the country.
NIC.HT provides the new node of the LACTLD Anycast Cloud. This brings the collaborative network to a total of 13 nodes and 15 clients. Its addition further strengthens the distributed nature of the network. This way, ccTLD members of the Cloud can host copies of their zones in yet another geographic point in the region.
LACTLD invites all those who are interested to apply for the position of General Manager of the ccTLD Organization of Latin America and the Caribbean. Send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To conclude this collection, Raúl Echeberría, Ernesto Bojórquez and specialists from the eLAC-ECLAC Technical Secretariat reflect on the challenges and opportunities presented by this unusual context.
After more than three years at the head of the Association, Miguel Ignacio Estrada has announced that he will be stepping down as General Manager on May 7.
NIC.ve became the 15th client of the collaborative network. Thus, the LACTLD project has the participation of more than 50% of its associate members.
In order to inform policy developments and discussions, the Association of Latin American and the Caribbean ccTLDs has published its report on the latest ICANN Public Meeting held virtually between March 22 and 25.