Re: [ga] Top Level Domain Association - NO CONFLICT OF INTEREST
Eric and all remaining assembly members,
Eric, I am here. I have been our of town on other business. Indeed
you are quite correct in my personal assesment with respect to Patrick.
Eric Dierker wrote:
> I am sorry but I have not seen anything about the man JW. Where I come from a man
> who stands for nothing will fall for anything.
> It seems as though Mr, Corliss stands for himself, regardless of affiliations.
> If this seems rude I apologize but are we just supposed to know Jonathan?
> And no I do not want to hear from his friends and I do not want to hear his past,
> but since he does not contribute I want to hear his ideas.
> Keep in mind this is from someone that was kept from being a candidate by Mr.
> Alternative Chair.
> He does not contribute to this list so Who is he?, He did not attend Melbourne, and
> he is not a member of the WG-Review. I have not seen his name mentioned in
> establishing an@large. Yet he got the endorsements necessary. JW help me out here,
> who are you? You never know I may love you, but being a super secret candidate is
> hard on us.
> "William X. Walsh" wrote:
> > Hello Eric,
> > Saturday, March 31, 2001, 1:51:01 AM, Eric Dierker wrote:
> > > Ok Harald, you layeth the hatchet now do you endorse a TLD candidate or not?
> > What the heck is a "TLD candidate" ?
> > We are electing a GA Chair, who will advocate those things on which
> > the GA develops Consensus, not any personal agenda.
> > If a candidate cannot set their personal agenda down, then they should
> > not be a candidate.
> > The one candidate I know for a fact who can do that, and not only that
> > but has also shown a remarkable and incredible skill at building
> > consensus even on the most contentious issues, is Jonathan Weinberg.
> > That is the most important skill when looking at suitability.
> > A GA Chair who holds too strong an opinion on any particular
> > controversial issues, such as alternative roots or TLDs, would not be
> > a suitable GA Chair if they are not able to completely and totally
> > separate themselves from that, and be willing to advocate on behalf of
> > the GA and the consensus developed by the GA, even if that consensus
> > is contrary to what their own position on that issue, and even if that
> > consensus would be harmful to their position.
> > --
> > Best regards,
> > William mailto:email@example.com
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