The new .ee domain rules will take effect on July 1, 2020
New rules can be found on the EIS website:
Registry Agreement and Technical Conditions
It was 2018 when we first met with the Czech registry to discuss the option of adding eIDAS to our public-facing web interfaces with the goal of strengthening the identification of our registrants and contacts. We are both very active in developing our businesses, so the question came up on how to find resources to make this happen. Luckily the EU also believes it to be beneficial to promote eIDAS usage and made support measures available via its Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) tool. The Czechs took the lead role and off we went!
Here’s a brief look back at the .ee registry in 2020 – how many domain names were ordered, how many were abandoned, and the dynamics of the registry over the past decade. By the way, do you know what the longest .ee domain registered in 2020 was?
We are looking for an experienced Ruby software engineer to push our open-source domain registry solution to a new level and join our small ambitious team.
We develop and manage Estonian top level domain .ee, its registry and DNS system. Most of the software we use is developed in house.