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What the DNSO GA is or could be Was:Re: [ga] Message too long (>40000 chars)
Karl and all,
What you suggest here Karl is something that is very worthy of good
debate and discussion. Again, thank you for presenting it. I have
changed to subject thread in hopes of generating some discussion
and debate on this issue. I hope others will find this an area that is of
utmost importance to the Stakeholders, all of them.
Karl Auerbach wrote:
> > If you MUST discuss this, at least stop telling lies about what the rules say.
> So what do "the rules" say. As far as I know, there are no rules in
> yet in effect.
> And as I've said, if this group wants to cause my immediate departure,
> then it can adopt censorship, or worse, declare censorship by fiat from
> > This discussion is, for the most part moot, and is right now the
> > single largest obstacle to getting real substantive discussion going.
> If you want substantive discussion nobody is stopping you.
> How about this:
> There is an item on the floor, a remnant from the LA ICANN meeting about
> the GA obtaining the power such that no matter may pass out of the DNSO
> without the explicit approval of the GA.
> As far as I see it, a GA that has no power is a pretty sad thing when that
> GA is being sold as an alternative to "constituency" status for those who
> aren't among the select few special interests.
> So, pick up the challange: change the subject line and start talking about
> how the GA becomes something more than an excuse.
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