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: