Current lists: By the end of August 2003 the wwtld.org server and its mailing lists moved to new premises and were installed on a new computer, and are managed by "mailman" program, http://www.wwtld.org/ml/listinfo.
The main mailing list is email@example.com , see information and archives at http://www.wwtld.org/ml/listinfo/cctld-discuss.
Past lists: There were several lists in usage between 1999 and August 2003, see past information below.
The cctld-discuss list consists of members of the ccTLD managers and liaisons who must be appointed by ccTLD managers. Anyone who is associated with any ccTLD may join the list by filling out the subscription form. This is the main ccTLD mailing list and is maintained by the ccTLD Secretariat. Former archives, reconstructed (it is possible that some e-mails are missing, we are sorry):
The cctld-adcom list consists of the members of the ccTLD Administration Committee. The Names Council members are also added for liaison purposes. Former archives, reconstructed:
The cctld-tech list consists of the members of the ccTLD managers willing to be members to that list. This list is maintained by a voluntary person from the ccTLD managers. The list opened in November 2000, and is maintained by Jaap Akkerhuis firstname.lastname@example.org.
The cctld-lex list consists of the members of the ccTLD managers willing to be members to that list. The list opened on 19 December 2000, and is maintained by the Secretariat.
The purpose of the ccso-discuss list will be to allow constructive discussions about the formation of the ccSO and to carry out the work needed to set up the organization. The ccso-discuss has the following charter for the list: a) each registry would be allowed one manager plus three to five observers from that registry depending on registry size, b) template will be set up to subscribe to the list, c) the list would be monitored by Secretariat who reserves the right to unsubscribe any members who do not follow the rules. d) AdComs would rule on any borderline or difficult cases on receive requests from Secretariat.
The tracking-iana archive has been created to facilitate updates to the ccTLD database (known as IANA ccTLD root-whois database). ccTLD Members are encourages to post here any modifications related to their Registry ccTLD records.
The tracking-iana is an archive, to which all Members of ccTLD group can post.
The ccTLD Secretariat initiated ccTLD Name Server Training Program from Bucharest, June 2002. The goal of the training program is to outreach out to and help those small ccTLDs get up to speed with the operating of Name Servers efficiently and effectively. In addition, these training sessions will discuss and update participants' knowledge on ICANN root server and IANA functions to give them a clear understanding. ccTLD secretariat will try to invite all the experts in this area to be speakers in these training sessions. The target participants for these training programs will be staffs of local ccTLD, local ISPs, and private companies who operate their own Name Servers.
The cctld-announce list is open for subscriptions. Only the ccTLD Secretariat may write to this list. This list is reserved for announcement related to ccTLD matters.