Earlier this morning, the team over at the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) has confirmed a successful 24 hour maintenance with an upgrade that brings the .CA Registry to … Continue Reading
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) has begun the transition to its new registry platform as of this morning at 9am EDT. We’re keeping a close eye on things over … Continue Reading
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) is transitioning to a new Registry platform for .CA domains beginning on October 12, 2010. OpenSRS is ready to go, and we expect a … Continue Reading
Monday, October 11th is Canadian Thanksgiving, which means that our headquarters in Toronto will be operating on holiday hours. Here’s a schedule showing which departments will be open:
Here’s … Continue Reading
Today we’re very excited to announce that OpenSRS is rolling out a brand new Trust Service that incorporates the first phase of the long-awaited new control panels for the OpenSRS … Continue Reading
A bunch of us OpenSRS’ers are in the Big Apple this week for the New York edition of the Web 2.0 Expo.
We’re bringing the OpenSRS story to New York … Continue Reading
As human beings, we all make mistakes, some are bigger than others. But when it comes to misspelling a domain name, should your end users be stuck with anything other … Continue Reading
As of today, you can add .au domains to the ever-growing list of ccTLDs available through OpenSRS.
We thought about doing a typical blog post full of Australian references to … Continue Reading
The Canadian Internet Registry Authority (CIRA), the governing body that maintains the dotCA domain registry held its annual general meeting and Symposium in Toronto this week.
CIRA’s President, Byron … Continue Reading
They are often considered to be a tough bunch to please, but OpenSRS Reseller (mt) Media Temple has built an extremely successful hosting business by catering to the specific needs … Continue Reading