Re: [ga] Perspective
I don't think it is easy for either Markle or Salzburg Seminar to modify the
rules: if they decided to put some money in support of the Non-Commercial
companies, they cannot change it half way.
I assume they are also monitored and scrutinized, and cannot bend rules,
even if a strong case is built.
Maybe we should build the case for the next year's budget.
But my preferred choice is to do some fundraising within the GA.
>From: Joop Teernstra <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: Joanna Lane <email@example.com>, "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: [ga] Perspective
>Date: Mon, 04 Jun 2001 05:53:25 +1200
>At 12:41 3/06/01 -0400, Joanna Lane wrote:
>>on 6/3/01 11:28 AM, Eric Dierker at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> > Of course Mr. Younger did a great job, that is what we pay him the big
>> > bucks for isn't it?
>>Danny Younger is not a wealthy person, has a young family and can ill
>>these trips out of his own pocket. I think we should at least invite him
>>submit his account of ICANN related expenses over the past week, discuss
>>issue and solicit contributions towards reimbursement.
>I thought that is what Eric was driving at.
>Funding is a critical issue.
>Apart from individual help by members here, I find it a crying shame that
>the Markle Foundation, (through Salzburg Seminar) that boasts to be
>funding the ICANN travel for the sake of democratic representation, closes
>its eyes when there is genuine and obvious need to help promoting
>Instead it sticks to its rules that only members of organizations that
>belong to the NCDNHC are eligible for funding.
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