Google is slowly working through its backlog of unlaunched new gTLDs, this week announcing go-live dates for two dormant strings.
.boo and .rsvp will both follow the same launch schedule, with month-long Sunrise periods for trademark owners beginning October 4 and general availability starting November 15.
There will also be Early Access Periods, where names can be secured early for daily-decreasing premium fees, running from November 8 to November 15.
Google Registry described .boo as for those “building a website for love, laughs, or a surprise”, while .rsvp is for customers “celebrating a wedding, throwing a fundraiser, or accepting bookings for their business”.
They appear to be among the lightest-touch Google TLDs in terms of restrictions.
Google has been sitting on both gTLDs for over eight years.