Re: [ga-org] Re: ORG.COOP follow-up (Re: [ga] .org input)
What is the mechanism to get this done? I would suggest get a list of real
nonprofits, let me think -- maybe the non-commercial people have it.;>} Then
ask them if they would help with the interim start up. Not necessarily money.
And then form a board and get some of the Universities to help with the
engines and technical aspects and market it as being that way so people would
feel good about registering a dot org. etc. etc.
Wait a second the Non-Coms put out the best paperwork in the DNSO have
Universities that already really run registries for ccTLDs or could get them I
believe, and have a need for the revenue and are already organized.........
Sorry lost my train of thought perhaps you could find it for me.
Marc Schneiders wrote:
> On Thu, 28 Jun 2001, at 12:10 [=GMT-0400], L Gallegos wrote:
> > How would it be funded? It will require a great deal of money.
> > On 28 Jun 2001, at 16:04, Marc Schneiders wrote:
> > > On 26 Jun 2001, at 11:10 [=GMT-0700], firstname.lastname@example.org
> > > wrote:
> > >
> > > > Reminder -- The NC has requested input from the GA on .org in
> > > > advance of the 29 June NC teleconference. Any last thoughts
> > > > should be posted to the .org list at this time.
> > > The term 'coorperative' may be misleading, as it legally means
> > > different things (I would guess) in different countries. The main
> > > thing, as I see it, is that ORG will be ruled (not necessarily owned)
> > > by the registrants. This will help towards keeping the price of ORG
> > > registrations low.
> > >
> > > And a full scale 'experiment' in online democracy has value in itself.
> > >
> > > Suggestions as to how to proceed on the idea (self formation of an
> > > initial board?), are appreciated, either on list or privately.
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