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RE: [ga] Re: Harald - it's time to dance

FInnaly I got the time to read all emails from list.
And I have to say yes it's time to dance and I fully support the text of
Harald for the mailing lists rules.
Hope now to discuss more relevant matters to the DNS and ICANN.


-----Original Message-----
From: Roberto Gaetano [mailto:roberto.gaetano@voila.fr]
Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2000 8:09 PM
To: Harald@Alvestrand.no
Cc: baptista@pccf.net; ga@dnso.org
Subject: Re: [ga] Re: Harald - it's time to dance

Harald wrote:

>On Jan 25, Roberto said:
>"We will adopt the rules for a three-months period."
>I read this as meaning that the rules are in effect from Jan 25 until 
>25. However, they are not *enforced*, since no SAA has been appointed 

My guess would be that the tasks assigned to the SAAs will have to wait 
until we have them onboard, but there's no reason to delay the rest.

In fact, the max msg size is already enforced.

>The rules do not mention the word "motion".
>If you wish to communicate with the SAAs, I recommend waiting until 
>are appointed.


But if the question is about where to address a motion, my best guess is
 "to the list" (under the assumption that it refers to matter that is 
relevant to the DNS - if this is not the case, the motion will be out of
 order anyhow).

>>I also suggest you post to the dnso.org web site a legal address for 
>>purpose of notices and correspondence to the dnso.
>A legal address of what?
>The DNSO, the GA or me personally?

I assume the request to be about the legal address of the DNSO, but 
there's no such a thing, because the DNSO does not have an autonomous 
legal existence.

About one year ago, when we were discussing about ICANN strructure and 
the SOs, it was decided that the SOs were not going to be incorporated 
separately, but that they would stay under the umbrella of ICANN.
Therefore, any legal request has to be addressed to ICANN. Joe Sims, I