Re: [ga] No Members?
You make the assumption that the BoD and staff wanted to have elections. Look at
it the otherway and it is a dismal failure.
> 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?
> Sotiris Sotiropoulos
> 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.
> > Regards,
> > Joanna
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