Re: [ga] remote participation
Andy and all remaining assembly members,
Andy, I strongly disagree with you tone and snide attack on those that
choose to participate in ICANN meetings as you did below. Please
discontinue this sort of stuff as it adds nothing of a constructive nature
to the discussion and debate on this thread. As such, I would like to
ask the chair to consider some appropriate action with respect to
the DNSO GA list rules towards your name calling last paragraph
in your response here to the assembly members and Marilyn in particular.
Andy Gardner wrote:
> At 2:22 pm -0500 2/17/01, Cade,Marilyn S - LGA wrote:
> >While I support a better mechanism to include remote participation, the
> >reality is that each meeting draws heavily from the local/regional
> >community, and many people to make extraordinary efforts to attend and
> >Let's not create a disincentive for folks to make the effort to participate
> >face to face in our efforts to improve remote participation.
> Let's realise, Marilyn, that very few people "make extraordinary efforts to
> attend and participate".
> Most of them are paid to be there.
> The ones you know made "extraordinary efforts" to attend are the ones you
> _don't_ see in the Business/First Class queues at the airport after the
> Having a survey done at Melbourne airport would probably gather some
> interesting statistics.
> One advantage of remote participation is the avoidance of having to share a
> venue with those creepy IP people. Saves having to steal sick-bags during
> the incoming flight for use when they start speaking.
> Andrew P. Gardner
> barcelona.com stolen, stmoritz.com stays. What's uniform about the UDRP?
> We could ask ICANN to send WIPO a clue, but do they have any to spare?
> Get active: http://www.domain-owners.org http://www.tldlobby.com
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