I'm sure most of you have seen the campaign to "Save Dot Org" domains that NTEN has helped lead with a coalition of other large organizations. (For anyone looking to get up to speed on the situation and why people are concerned about the future of all .org domains, I recommend this article in The Register.)After the webinar NTEN led with nearly every key person two weeks ago, I was surprised not to hear any discussion of it here. If anyone on the NTEN side of things has any useful updates to share, I'm curious. What are other folks thinking and doing on this front?I'm a little hopeful (but still mostly pessimistic) after reading this article in The Verge this week "The internet's name regulator says it's 'uncomfortable' with the .org deal". According to the article: "PIR is required to get prior approval from ICANN 'before any transaction that would result in a change of control of the registry operator,' which the Ethos deal would certainly do."So if you haven't signed the petition already, I encourage you to! It's clear that we are being heard, and adding more voices will only amplify those concerns.