[Gllug] RE: [Glut] Official country code for Britain = GB or UK?

Alain Williams addw at phcomp.co.uk
Mon Apr 15 09:40:22 UTC 2002

On Mon, Apr 15, 2002 at 11:24:09AM +0200, John Hearns wrote:
> On Mon, 2002-04-15 at 03:34, Pete Ryland wrote:
> > So what is England, then?  Is it not a country?  The Houses of Parliament in
> > London (er, Westminster I mean) only govern England, right? [1]
> > 
> > But then why does it say "British" for nationality on my passport?  Does
> > that make Britain (aka GB, aka England, Scotland, 
> When going off to Linux Beer Hike in Belgiuym last year,
> I got an Ecosse sticker for the car.
> At Halfords in the Old Kent Road no less.
> I wonder what our TLD name will be when we finally inaugurate
> President-for-Life Sean Connery?
> .ecosse sounds good to me.

Because this thread has wasted enough time already, how about a bit more :-)

At some stage, IP will cover more than just this planet. Do we have a new set
of top level domains or what ? So would I become: phcomp.co.uk.ghia, or being
chauvenist will the rest of the universe be other TLD domains, eg:

Alain Williams

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