Wednesday, January 11, 2012

ICANN Releases French Version of Applicant Guidebook

For the last few years, the eight versions of the New gTLD Applicant Guidebook have been published in English making life very difficult for French Speakers deeply interested in the new gTLD process. Several applications for new gTLDs are expected to emerge from France and other French speaking countries. There are 200 million French speakers globally and I think there should have been a .French new gTLD for all the proud French speakers globally :) France invests so much in building its global cultural institutes, so maybe an investment in .French should have been in order, no?

Anyway, the French new gTLD Applicant Guidebook is here, but isn't it too late?

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