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RE: [council] Fwd: [ga] Rick White's nomination -- Newsbytes report

Whether this is true with respect to all five people is an open question.
However, I note that the article only refers to the GA list (omitting the
fact that the qualification requirement extends to members of constituencies
and working groups). Moreover, one of the five listed in the article is
Phillip Sheppard. Last time I looked he was on the Names Council (and is
practically a founding member of the business constituency). Newsbytes
should do its research a byte better.

-----Original Message-----
From: Victoria Carrington [mailto:vcarrington@shapirocohen.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 1999 12:06 AM
To: council@dnso.org
Subject: [council] Fwd: [ga] Rick White's nomination -- Newsbytes report


Possible topic for discussion tomorrow?


>To: ga@dnso.org
>Subject: [ga] Rick White's nomination -- Newsbytes report
>Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 13:41:53 -0700
>From: "Mark C. Langston" <skritch@home.com>
>Sender: owner-ga@dnso.org
>Newsbytes is reporting that at least 5 of the people supporting Rick
>White's nomination as a candidate for the ICANN BoD are NOT members of
>the DNSO.
>Mike Roberts attempts to weasel out of this violation.
>Prediction:  Rick White's seat on the BoD is fait accompli.
>Article is at:
>Mark C. Langston
>Systems Admin
>San Jose, CA