Most folk seem to prefer tex.se to tex.sx as our interim name, but:

  1. .se is an actual country code and .sx is not any kind of top-level domain; and
  2. tex.se is a registered, though unused domain:
    state:            active
    domain:           tex.se
    holder:           tradee0702-00002
    admin-c:          -
    tech-c:           -
    billing-c:        -
    created:          2003-04-26
    modified:         2010-04-10
    expires:          2011-04-26
    nserver:          -
    dnssec:           unsigned delegation
    status:           inactive
    registrar:        SE Direkt

It's really trivial, since there's no real risk of ambiguity, but for some reason using tex.se agitates me... I'd be more grateful than I should be if we could favour tex.sx.


1 Answer 1


Guilty as charged, and being resident in Norway I Should Know Better. I hereby resolve to Change My Ways.

  • 2
    I just assumed that we all knew better but didn't care. Maybe when it expires, someone can grab tex.se and point it here.
    – TH.
    Sep 19, 2010 at 2:07
  • @TH. It seems www.tex.se is registered by a Swedish domain company that adds extends the domain expiration date for a year each year. Next time will be 2012-04-26: whois.domaintools.com/tex.se
    – doncherry
    Apr 5, 2012 at 18:04

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