[ga] Re: NCDNHC supported an individual domain name holders constituency in principle
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- From: Vany Martinez <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 16 Dec 2000 13:45:52 -0500
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You wasn't in Chile, the rules was different than now, and the resolution
was made in that way,. If you want to verify this, you just have to
listen the Real Audio Archive.
I am saying the thruth, I was there, you wasn't and you wasn't member of
the constituency by that time as far as I know, David Wasley.
NCDNHC made that resolution in that way....you cannot change the resolution
And I am not being irresponsible. I am saying the things that happened in
Santiago Meeting. I am a rresponsible person that I cannot stand in
silence seeing that a person
is called lier when I know what is the thruth. And also is in audio
records in Real Audio format.
And as I said, I sent this as a CC to the NCDNHC mailing list for the
records only. If you has anything to say, say it in the GA list.
At 09:23 a.m. 12/16/00 -0800, you wrote:
>Vany, This sort of irresponsible statement is precisely what generated
>the last month of heated discussion on this list. You have only reopened
>the wound and poured salt into it.
>You state that the GA should believe, as a result of a face-to-face
>meeting in Chile, that:
> "The NCDNHC supports in principle that Individual Domain Name Holders
> be represented in the DNSO as a separate constituency."
>This is not a true statement. As we have discussed for many weeks now, it
>may represent a virtuous position but it is not a position ratified by the
>NCDNHC constituency. It is a position endorsed (I assume) by the members
>of NCDNHC attending that meeting in Chile. It must be represented as such
>specifically, not merely by inference.
>Based on the context you provided, I infer that the statement should read:
> "_xx_ members of the NCDNHC, meeting in Santiago de Chile on August 24,
> 2000, supported in principle that Individual Domain Name Holders be
> represented in the DNSO as a separate constituency."
>This distinction might seem unimportant at the moment but it is this sort
>of erosion that leads to misunderstanding later.
> David Wasley
> Not at the meeting in Chile
>At 10:15 AM -0500 on 12/16/00, Vany Martinez wrote:
>>Dear GA members:
>>I am delegate of SDNP/Panama to the Non-Commercial Domain Name Holders
>>Consituency and I attended Santiago de Chile meeting in August 1999.
>>As a member and attendant of such meeting (but not in behalf of the
>>NCDNHC) I want to confirm that the Non-Commercial Domain Name Holders
>>Constituency, at Santiago de Chile meeting on August 24, made the
>>"The NCDNHC supports in principle that Individual Domain Name Holders be
>>represented in the DNSO as a separate constituency."
>>This resolution can be heard, for those who are interested in verify this
>>statement, at the following URL:
>>This is the record in Real Audio of the whole meeting of NCDNHC at August 24.
>>Unfortunately, there's no written minutes available, as far as I
>>know. If anyone has minutes of such meeting, please let me know in
>>order to include them in our webpage.
>>If anyone have any questions, comments or just serve as a witness
>>confirming what I stated here, please don't hesistate in do it.
>>I am sending a CC of this message to the NCDNHC list, just for the records.
>>Nilda Vany Martinez Grajales
>>Sustainable Development Networking Programme/Panama
>>Tel: (507) 230-4011 ext 213
>>Fax: (507) 230-3646
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Nilda Vany Martinez Grajales
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Tel: (507) 230-4011 ext 213
Fax: (507) 230-3646
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