Re: [ga] Consumer/Registrant Protection Consitituency
Actually Bill, it puts me in the position of ratifying the claim of the rightful
policy making body *within* ICANN, by that I mean the DNSO and its NC, along with the
rowdy bunch in the GA. All of which, I think, is not so far from what the ICANN
Bylaws and all the rest of the verbiage/claptrap <take your pick> purport anyway...
If we're going to get the ship to harbour, we're going to have to navigate Bill.
Choose your point of reference folks. ("astronaut" = starsailor Gk., was always one
of my favourite concepts as a child. There's a whole cybersky to choose from...)
"William S. Lovell" wrote:
> Which puts you in the position of ratifying ICANN's claim to be
> a policy making rather than a technical coordinating body, does
> it not?
> Bill Lovell
> Joop Teernstra wrote:
> > At 09:43 31/07/2001 -0400, Sotiris Sotiropoulos wrote:
> > >A rough blanket statement of the broad objectives of the Individual
> > >Registrants
> > >Constituency (IRC) might be as follows:
> > >
> > >"Mission: To effect and ensure the recognition, representation, and input of
> > >Individual Registrants of Domain Names as bona fide stakeholders in the Domain
> > >Name System (DNS), through an established and direct voice in all ICANN policy
> > >formulation bodies and functions."
> > YES to that.
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