Re: [ga] No Members?
Andrew and Joanna,
As I recall the numbers, there were over 170, 000 or so applications for
membership, of which some 70,000 or so were actually issued PINs for voting.
I'd say only 10,000 or so returned envelopes is a resounding success! Wouldn't
both of you?
Joanna Lane wrote:
> Andrew McLaughlin wrote Monday, April 09, 2001 10:54 PM
> You're right -- we have been discussing this since the At Large process last
> year. As the posted statistics make clear
> <http://www.atlargestudy.org/stats/summary1.shtml>, ICANN received 10,334
> returned letters. As you note, we have also discussed this problem on the
> icann-eu list.
> Hello Andrew,
> Thank you for the clarification about boxes and boxes of @Large membership
> verification returned to ICANN. I am not subscribed to icann-eu myself and
> therefore did not know about discussions to which you refer. Is there a
> public archive that I may review?. As an EU citizen residing in the USA, I
> am most interested in both perspectives.
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