MARQUES and Information Week report that the long-awaited .eu top level domain name has finally been approved by ICANN. The sunrise period, during which only public bodies and trade mark proprietors will be able to obtain .eu domain names is expected to start in the fourth quarter of 2005.

A beautiful sunrise – but how long will you need to wait before you can see it?

The IPKat says, if you’re after a .eu domain name, don’t hold you’re breath. The timetable is still tentative.

Sunrise period timetable here
Capturing sunrises here
Musical sunrise here
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