What needs a german lawyer in a legal case in Switzerland? We even must be
prepared of 26 different law details across CH so a germal lawyer is absolutely
useless.... (badly)

If we have a legal case in CH we can only adopt strategies and argumentation in
advance but not in the specific law suit.

The risk carries on the holder of the domain. But what courts say to foreign
domain holders of .ch domains - I don't know. If it would fit and it is a
optimization of risk - the domain should be held by wikimedia foundation in the


> (cced to akl, as it somehow concerns him)
> Hello,
> as I just thought of it:
> What about domains? Or a bit more precise: Do you think, Wikimedia CH
> should, after its foundation, "overtake" the domain wikipedia.ch
> (currently hold by Wikimedia Deutschland)? As we saw recently with the
> Wikipedia.de/Tron-case (wikipedia.de is too hold by Wikimedia
> Deutschland), we might sometimes reach a point, where the same
> happened to us as happened to Wikimedia Deutschland (disabling of
> redirect etc.). Now the question is, shall we then take this (not that
> present imho) legal risk? Or shall we "leave" this to Wikimedia
> Deutschland who has now a) experience and b) lawyers?
> (in re wikimedia.ch there is imho no long discussion necessary...)
> Regards
> Michael
> (sorry that this email is so much "scribbled down" as I'm quite in a
> hurry. Next time I'll try to order my thoughts some more)
> --
> An eternity is very, very long, especially towards the end

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