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Lord Antares

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I haven't seen this before but they say a pending delete domain is ending today, even though they have months left till expiry on whois and their sites are up and running.

.com works fine but it gave me wrong info for ccTLDs. What is going on there?
 
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The accuracy of the drop dates depends on the TLD! Most ccTLDs do not publish drop lists. The fact that you can see a drop list at all is because I put in a lot of work to create one. If you have information on how to better calculate the drop date for a TLD contact me. The alternative of showing a wrong drop date sometimes is to not publish a drop list for that TLD at all. I don't think a lot of people want that.

Keeping the design simple is a deliberate choice and will not change. If you want a forever scroll flashy page, you have to find a different one. However I can assure you that the underneath is constantly being worked on.
 

Lord Antares

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The accuracy of the drop dates depends on the TLD! Most ccTLDs do not publish drop lists. The fact that you can see a drop list at all is because I put in a lot of work to create one. If you have information on how to better calculate the drop date for a TLD contact me. The alternative of showing a wrong drop date sometimes is to not publish a drop list for that TLD at all. I don't think a lot of people want that.

Keeping the design simple is a deliberate choice and will not change. If you want a forever scroll flashy page, you have to find a different one. However I can assure you that the underneath is constantly being worked on.

Thanks. For the record, expireddomains.net is the most useful site on the internet for me. I love it.

Seems like there's a bug with pending delete .co domains tho.
All of the ones I checked expire in April 2023.
 

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The accuracy of the drop dates depends on the TLD! Most ccTLDs do not publish drop lists. The fact that you can see a drop list at all is because I put in a lot of work to create one. If you have information on how to better calculate the drop date for a TLD contact me. The alternative of showing a wrong drop date sometimes is to not publish a drop list for that TLD at all. I don't think a lot of people want that.

Keeping the design simple is a deliberate choice and will not change. If you want a forever scroll flashy page, you have to find a different one. However I can assure you that the underneath is constantly being worked on.
I love your page as it is and I use it daily. Thanks for your hard work and effort. Please add some paypal link on the page for donations!
 
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Lord Antares

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You can send me some example domains (use the contact form on the page) and I will take a look.

All .co, .us and .to domains are bugged (and maybe some others that I haven't checked). Seems like the entire pending list for them actually expires in April 2023 as per whois.

But I can send you examples if you wish.
 

Lord Antares

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The expiration date in the whois has nothing to do with the drop date. A lot of registrars just add time when a domain goes into redemption. You can't rely on it.

.co and .us look fine to me, but as I said you can send me some examples and I will take a look.

I know but it isn't the same if the site says dropping today while they actually expire midway through 2032. No matter. I sent you some examples through your site.

Keep up the good work.
 
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