Other top level domains

In addition to .fr delegated to AFNIC since 1986, here is the situation of the ccTLDs attached (or that should be) to French territories:

 

DOM

.re
(Reunion Island)

- delegated to AFNIC and open for registration in July 2001

- Dec., 6th 2011: Publication of the new naming charter

.mq
(Martinique)
delegated to an Internet service provider (ISP).
.gp
(Guadeloupe)
delegated to an Internet service provider (ISP).
.gf
(French Guyana)
delegated to an Internet service provider (ISP).
.yt
(Mayotte)

- delegated to AFNIC.

- Dec., 6th 2011: Publication of the naming charter

 

TOM

.tf
(French Southern Territories)
redelegated to AFNIC on October, 23 2004

following the resolution adopted by ICANN on May, 25 2004

- Nov., 02 2004: Transfer of the domain names and of the Whois database is on the way. Domain names registered under .tf will not be modified until December 31, 2004 and no new registration is possible. The new registration rules will be defined with the local representatives.

- Jan., 07 2005: By decision of the French public powers, the new registration rules will be defined by the CNRS (National Centre for Sciences Research); AFNIC is the .tf registry.
The ccTLD remains frozen until February, 28th 2005.

- March, 01 2005: The operating structure for .tf have been successfully designed and will become operational within next weeks. The ccTLD remains frozen.

- March, 18 2005: The naming charter of .tfis being drafted as well as contract with registrars.

- Dec., 6th 2011: Publication of the naming charter

.nc
(New Caledonia)
delegated to the Post and Telecommunications Office of New Caledonia (OPT)

.nc website: http://www.cctld.nc
.pf
(French Polynesia)
delegated to the Post and Telecommunications Office - OPT:
http://www.opt.pf
.wf
(Wallis and Futuna Islands)

- delegated to AFNIC.

- Dec., 6th 2011: Publication of the naming charter

 

Regional authorities with particular status

.pm
(St-Pierre and Miquelon)

- delegated to AFNIC.

- Dec., 6th 2011: Publication of the naming charter