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Re: [ga] Getting items on ICANN's agenda

Michael and all DNSO'ers,

  Your observations have also been passed to me from several of
our regional members as well.  The lack of responsiveness from ICANN
seems to be fairly severe.

Michael Froomkin - U.Miami School of Law wrote:

> A few days ago -- Wed, Jan 19 to be exact -- I sent a message to a number
> of addresses including "ajm@icann.org" in which I made some proposals for
> agenda items for the next Board meeting.  This is the address noted at
> http://www.icann.org/cairo2000/cairo-details.htm#agenda as being the place
> to send suggestions.
> I have not received an acknowledgement of receipt of this message.
> Is it ICANN's policy to acknowledge receipt?  Should I resend my message?
> Furthermore, will there be public location in which suggestions will be
> posted?  Will Board members be informed of all suggestions, or will the
> agenda be set by some other body?
> I would hate to bother Board members with matters that duplicate what they
> get anyway; on the other hand if postings to the ajm address are being
> filtered, I might feel differently.
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> U. Miami School of Law, P.O. Box 248087, Coral Gables, FL 33124 USA
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James Touton
Legal and Policy Advisory Council,
INEGRoup (Stakeholder)

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