Re: [ga] [Clarification] NC Proxies & broadcast
And if you read those sections of the by-laws restricively rather than liberally,
the NC cannot use the newest technology to broadcast and insure participation in
their meetings. What happened today as Roberto pointed out, has to occur because
the by-laws only provide for the technology as we witnessed today.
I am sure those fighting so hard to keep the general internetstakeholders out
will love this argument.
DNSO Secretariat wrote:
> | > from a practical point of view it shows that we should not elect NC-
> | >members which are not able to handle proxies :-)
> | Proxies means that people who were not selected by their constituencies get
> | to represet their constituencies.
> The Rules of Procedure for the DNSO Names Council, adopted 26 Feb 2001,
> cf. http://www.dnso.org/dnso/notes/20010220.NCprocedures-v2.0.html
> 4. Proxies
> 4.1 Eligibility
> Only elected Names Council members may cast a proxy vote on
> behalf of another Names Council member.
> It is compliant with ICANN Bylaws:
> DNSO Secretariat
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