The "full text" search is still somewhat buggy (Doesn't know what to do when you search for characters (@ oror , for example.), and isn't good on the and/or operators that NAF has implemented directly.), and I'm not quite sure how much time this would save me..
Feels like it would be worth the time to just go to wipo.int and domains.adrforum.com and search both of them directly since there are only two forums that are monitored anyway.
Guess I'm missing the point,.
Why would you need it if you can search on Wipo.int?..
Indeed. Already one "weakness" I found is it's not that comprehensive.
Anyway, I'm sure it's designer will figure out something. It's intended as a "one stop" place to look 'em up without having to search in.
2 different places. Not perfect as noted earlier, so one still has to check thru.
NAF or WIPO...
Dave has got it nailed. Obviously, it is not rocket science here. But the ability to cut the number of searches in half - well it saves you at least 50% of the effort. For those of us who do a lot of UDRP panel decision searches, this little time saving is welcome.
We will be developing the search technology over time and adding features such as search by panelist (with a percentage of transfer v denials for that panelist), complex searches (and, or, quotations, citations). If you have any recommendations, don't be shy.
Want to see all "typo" cases, here is a domainfight.net full text search result for "typo" http://domainfight.net/get_search.php?full_text=typo..
I think I am your target audience, but to make it a reliable source for me the "value add" wouldn't be that it cuts the # of searches in 1/2, because I don't save "50% of the effort" by only having to search at one location since my effort is in reading and processing the decisions, not the typing of an address into my browser. Instead, develop more of the other features you alluded to (Percentage of transfer v. denials for a panelist is great, but unless I'm paying for 3 panelists, that really doesn't help me directly as I can't influence 66% of my panelists in a 3 panelist case, or 100% if it's a single panelist), and become more of a "domain tools" for UDRP, you'd find premium subscribers coming out of the woodwork..
Just my .02.
Allen: Exactly where we are going. To be able to get at whois, archive and related information from a single point of entry would be a time saver. To be able to identify other domains within a registrant portfolio is in the cards. We are also thinking of adding a work space where a user can save data and search results would be cool. Thanks for the input!..
Looking forward to seeing it continue to evolve!.