PIR corrected the Go Daddy and Enom .org lists at Project94.org

A couple days ago I made a post about how the Public Interest Registry (PIR), the .ORG registry, will release 94 one and two character .ORG domains using Go Daddy and eNom.

PIR published the lists of domains allocated to each registrar at the website Project94.org. The lists had 85 .org domains. Go Daddy had 43 and eNom 42 .org domains. As I had pointed out that was a mistake with 0.org being in the Godaddy list instead of the Enom  list. That was because Enom will auction all 10 one number .org domains. Now Go Daddy has 42 and eNom 43.org domains

I see today that the lists at Project94.org have been corrected. The other 9 domains adding up to 94 are still MIA.

Here are the correct lists of the 85 .org domains:

GoDaddy
1-letter 2-letters 2-characters
a.org bp.org 2c.org
c.org cq.org 2w.org
d.org fs.org 3p.org
e.org hb.org 5v.org
h.org lo.org 6j.org
i.org nh.org 7d.org
k.org nq.org 7e.org
n.org qd.org b3.org
o.org ts.org c2.org
q.org wz.org e3.org
s.org xq.org h9.org
t.org zg.org i6.org
v.org zi.org k4.org
w.org zq.org
z.org
Enom
1-letter 1-number 2-letters 2-numbers 2-characters
B.ORG 0.ORG PJ.ORG 31.ORG 0D.ORG
F.ORG 1.ORG UR.ORG 75.ORG 0N.ORG
G.ORG 2.ORG YK.ORG 0P.ORG
J.ORG 3.ORG YO.ORG 0T.ORG
L.ORG 4.ORG ZL.ORG 1W.ORG
M.ORG 5.ORG ZP.ORG 3G.ORG
P.ORG 6.ORG 57.ORG
R.ORG 7.ORG 5C.ORG
U.ORG 8.ORG 6G.ORG
Y.ORG 9.ORG 9Q.ORG
D3.ORG
O7.ORG
R4.ORG
Z8.ORG
Z9.ORG
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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He works on domain names, websites and software development. Has been online since 1995 & domaining since 2002.

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