RE: [ga] Re: Board descisions
- To: Roberto Gaetano <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
- Subject: RE: [ga] Re: Board descisions
- From: vint cerf <vcerf@MCI.NET>
- Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2001 15:12:03 -0500
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you have the right question: is the new proposal any better than the default?
As to the time frame, it is not entirely of our choosing. ICANN and VeriSign
began discussing an alternative to the current contract language rather late
in the game and the various deadlines dictate the time we have to make the
choice. I will value your views and those of others who take time to assess
these two alternatives and share their conclusions with the board.
At 04:44 AM 3/13/2001 +0100, Roberto Gaetano wrote:
>What I would like to add is that in case of doubt it is obvious that the "statu quo" shall be preserved.
>The question is therefore: can the proposers of the change convince us of the benefits of this change for the Internet community beyond doubt, such as the DNSO can recommend a change in the current policy (or at least in the consolidated practice shown in all the consistent decisions so far)? And can this be done in the short timeframe that the contracting parties have chosen to adopt?
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