NUM was published in August 2020 with ten proposed modules. Our goal is to enable anyone to propose a module and create one. In the meantime, to contribute to any of the modules listed or propose a new one please contact us .
The Contacts module can be used to store contact data for a person, group, organisation, department, employee, location or folder. Data can be stored hierarchically allowing organisations to store contact information for each of their locations, departments and employees.
The Registrant module can be used to store ownership data for a domain name, email address or any asset represented by a domain name. It's focus is on the legal entity name, type and address.
The Images module can be used to store image data for a domain name or email address.
The Custodians module enables domain name administrators to list the people that have permission to act as a custodian for a domain name. Custodians are listed by hashed identifier (e.g. an email address), permissions are associated with each custodian.
The Payments module enables payment data to be stored for a domain name or email address. A wide variety of methods can be stored including international payment details, PayPal and cryptocurrency.
The Regulatory module is for numbers relating to governments and regulatory authorities. For example, company numbers, tax IDs, financial regulators, food standards regulators and more
7. Public Key
The Public Key module enables public key storage related to a domain name or email address. An independent alternative to key servers.
8. Intellectual Property
The Intellectual Property module makes it possible to store patent and trademark numbers.
The Terms module is a simple way to provide links to terms and conditions for a company's products and services. Each set of terms must show a date of the last update, indicating when terms and conditions have changed.
The Bugs module provides information about how to report bugs on websites and apps.