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RE: [ga] OBJECTION TO THE RELEASE OF "REPORT (PART ONE) OF WORKI
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On 08-Mar-2000 William X. Walsh wrote:
>> 1. The members of Working Group C have never given approval of this
>> Report. As such, this is not a "Report of Working Group C".
> We know you seek to do anything to delay and block introduction of new gTLDs,
> Bob. After all it would cause a depreciation in the value of your ccTLD
> registration service.
Apology is in order here.
This week has been a tough one (death of a close family member) and in my haste
of only having about an hour a day to tend to email as well as to my clients,
I wasn't paying as close attention as a I should have been.
To the best of my knowledge, Bob Broxton is not now, nor has he ever been,
affiliated with any ccTLD nor has he been a stringent opponent of new gTLDs.
Quite simply, I mistook him for someone else in my haste in replying.
However, I do stand by Mr Weinberg's report.
Again, sorry about that Bob.
William X. Walsh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Fax: 877-860-5412 or +1-559-851-9192
GPG/PGP Key at http://userfriendly.com/wwalsh.gpg
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