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Re: [discuss] Individual representation
OK. Maybe we are getting somewhere .
Can you now try to explain *why* in your opinion it is irrelevant? Why is
the disenfranchisement of the very type of people who designed the
Internet "irrelevant" to the discussion of the flaws of a proposed
governance structure for "technical" issues (or more).
On Sun, 27 Jun 1999, Randy Bush wrote:
> > Agreed. It means the academic employees -- the academics (NOT the
> > "academic institutions") -- are disenfranchised. Which was my point and
> > Ellen's, and which neither of us seems to be able to put in terms you will
> > grok.
> i understand it. but it is quite irrelevant. the same applies to the isp
> employees, the commercial institution employees, ...
> some decades a friend in an ansi and iso committee used to have an attack
> walrus to eat red herrings. i have always thought i should have bred it.
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