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Re: [ga] So far, 28 poll answers logged
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On 20-Jan-2000 Andy Gardner wrote:
>>The truth of the matter, Joop, since you brought it up here, is that YOU
>>asserted YOURSELF into the Steering Committee despite having declined normal
>>election to that position, and then when the Steering Committee members
>>to bring issues to vote, if you didn't agree with them, they were never put
>>the ballot. You had the keys, and you vetoed anything you didn't agree with.
>>The steering committee was a farce you created to bolster your own little
>>personal power game to try and give yourself an inflated role in the ICANN
>>The evidence is clear, and the rest of the SC can and will vouch for that.
> As a member of the knee-capped SC, I can vouch that the above is exactly
> what happened.
> The majority of the SC wanted to move the IDNO website to a faster (free)
> server in the USA and ramp up the operation.
> Joop didn't want to, so the vote never got included in the polling booth.
Yes, Joop always wanted the IDNO website "subserviant" to his own
democracy.org.nz website. I think that clearly demonstrated the position of
the IDNO as being "under" Joop's control. Even though IIS has the ability to
host real virtual servers sharing the same IP, he never made any attempt to
move it to its own virtual server to give the website the more professional
appearance of being totally on its own domain, rather than a redirect to a
website that clearly a subsite of his own.
William X. Walsh <email@example.com>
DSo Networks http://dso.net/
Fax: 877-860-5412 or +1-559-851-9192
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