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PuntuLLI

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Introduced Not officially introduced; proposed in 2006
TLD type Proposed top-level domain
Status Unofficial proposal
Sponsor Asociación puntuLLI
Registration restrictions Leonese language and culture web sites
Structure Registrations would be taken directly at second level
Dispute policies UDRP
Website www.puntulli.org

PuntuLLI is an association that promotes the creation of a top level domain in the Domain Name System of the Internet for the Leonese language and culture.

Objectives

PuntuLLI has three main efforts:

  • To promote the .lli throughout the Internet as a domain in its own right which represents the Leonese culture expressed in our language.
  • To present an official petition before the ICANN (Internet Corporation For Assigned Names and Numbers) regarding the recognition of .lli, raising the funds necessary to this end.
  • To gain the support of Leonese institutions, associations, groups and private individuals for a domain of our own on the Internet.

More than 800 people were added as of April 2009, and 44 organisations that supported the campaign.

Activities

PuntuLLI was the official sponsor of the I Campionatu de Bandas de Gaitas de País Llïonés (2008) (Ist Leonese Country Bagpipe Bands Championship) and the official supporter of the III Día de la Llingua Llïonesa (2008) (IIIrd Leonese Language Day).

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