Re: [ga] Re: [ga-icann] ICANN policy on record keeping
Those archives are hereby claimed in the name of ICANN. Along with dotBIZ and
dotBZ we claim all these these things in the name of the Great and Powerful BoD.
And by the way we hereby give authority to our agent Verisign to take full control
of such property on our behalf.
Should you not acquiesce immediately we shall order Apnic and Ripe and Arin to
disconnect any connectivity you may have or may be associated with, including
Michael Powells mom and seven year old son.
Through an arrangement reached between Registrar.com and the TLDA (somehow linked
through the 2 GA chair types) you have been further asked never to post to this
list again, because you have been permanently banned for mean and vicious
Yes I agree pretty stupid, and pretty outlandish. But are they stupid and
outlandish because of content or because the speakers would never admit to such
Jeff Williams wrote:
> Joanna and all,
> Joanna Lane wrote:
> > Whereas the ICANN archive at
> > http://www.icann.org/stockholm/unique-root-draft.htm comprises three
> > distinct elements, each posted on a different day, but noted as posted
> > together on 28 May 2001:-
> > 1) Discussion Draft: A Unique, Authoratitive Root for the DNS, posted 28 May
> > 2001.
> > 2) Note to the ICANN Community by Stuart Lynn, posted 29 May 2001.
> > 3) Public Comment Forum, posted 1 June 2001 (?)
> > Whereas between May 28 2001 and June 1 2001, many comments about item
> > numbered 1 above were posted by members of the ICANN community to various
> > official DNSO mailing lists, also published by other media in the public
> > domain.
> > It is therefore apparent that the historical context in which some comments
> > are made by the community cannot be relied upon.
> Indeed this is true. As we have seen lately from VRSN/NSOL and now
> Stewart Lynn.
> > For the purposes of historical accuracy, and the avoidance of doubt that
> > ICANN may tamper retrospectively with substantive documents in its own
> > archive, I call upon members of the GA to urge ICANN to note all updates as
> > and when they are made to specific URLs for all to see.
> This has recently happened with the VRSN/NSOL Domain-Policy archives.
> It has also occurred with firstname.lastname@example.org some time ago as well as
> gTLD-MoU Mailing list archives as well... Hence from the beginning of
> and all other DNSO Mailing lists, I have been keeping an archive as well
> as an archive of all Admin and other private E-Mails from known
> DNSO participants and NC members. I have an internal Database
> for these ML's with a very nice search facility as well...
> > Regards,
> > Joanna Lane
> > http://www.internetstakeholders.com
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