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[ga-full] does the firstname.lastname@example.org account exist?
does the email@example.com account exist?
i got a bounce.
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Yes - and it's a real pity all this FUD here - and FUD there. The GA must
get on with the business of being a proper constituency, and the failure
of the DOC to intervene in this shambless is a real eye opener.
On Sun, 13 Feb 2000, James Touton wrote:
> Joop and all assembly members remaining,
> It appears to me anyway that William Walsh is yet again trying to smear
> the IDNSO and Joop Teernstra by spreading FUD. William Walsh
> has a long history of this sort of activity, as many or you may know.
> I personally find William Walsh's activities in this area an this post
> to which Joop responded to, to be particularly offensive. I am also registering
> and abuse claim here as well.
> Reference: http://www.dnso.org/clubpublic/ga/Arc03/msg01400.html
> I will also have one of our members register a complaint towards William
> in William's home state, should they believe as I do that it is warranted, with
> the BBB in California as well a with the California state district attorney's
> office post haste.
> James Touton
> Legal and Policy Advisory Council,
> INEGRoup (Stakeholder)
> Joop Teernstra wrote:
> > At 12:16 13/02/00 -0800, William X. Walsh wrote:
> > >
> > >I'd say we have substantiation of voter fraud by our despotic dictator.
> > >
> > <rest of nonsensical personal attack snipped>
> > And I'd say here is a prime example of fodder for the moderator. I
> > complain publicly to the SaA.
> > First of all the header is slander against the IDNO polling committee.
> > Headers play an important role in the Archives.
> > I expect Mr Walsh will not object to his temporary removal as he opines:
> > >I'd say that when one person is responsible for a number of posts per day
> > that
> > >is multitudes times the total posts from all other members of the lists that
> > >there is a credible reason for the moderator to take action on their own
> > >initiative.
> > On the substance of the accusation: the idno-list Chair vote is a "multiple
> > choice vote", whereby each voter has the right to vote for 0 to 3
> > candidates. The candidate with the most votes wins.
> > The IDNO has used this system, that empowers the voters by giving them more
> > options, for previous elections as well.
> > If Mr Walsh had taken the trouble to actually vote and read the polling
> > Booth text he could have spared the GA list his "information".
> > The voting has just started and is open until Thursday. I will inform the
> > GA of the final result.
> > --Joop Teernstra LL.M.-- , founder of
> > the Cyberspace Association,
> > the constituency for Individual Domain Name Owners
> > http://www.idno.org (or direct:)
> > http://www.democracy.org.nz/idno/
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