Re: [ga] Individuals' Constituency Task Force Member
I must object.
Mr Teernstra's history with the IDNO is anything but positive.
At this moment I do not have the time to give a full accounting of
why, but I will take this time either later today or tomorrow.
Normally such a detailed critique of a person might not be
appropriate, but since he is being put forward ostensibly to represent
the GA's views, I think it is entirely appropriate to go into how this
person's history shows that he goes his own way, even in defiance of
a majority of those he represents, simply because he believes that his
views are right and he knows better what is in their best interest
than they do.
I will do a more detailed analysis, with references from the
historical IDNO mailing list archives very soon.
Instead, I put forward the name of David Farrar, who has shown a top
notch commitment as well to the cause of domain owners in the DNSO,
and despite the fact that I disagree with him on some of the CORE
issues surrounding that subject, Mr Farrar has shown through his
actions and history to be above reproach and a man who cares about his
responsibilities to those he is representing, and takes those
responsibilities seriously, without trying to advance his own agenda
at their expense.
Thursday, June 07, 2001, 5:09:06 PM, Danny Younger wrote:
> The Names Council, in accordance with its Business Plan, has formed a task
> force to create an RFP for an Individuals' Constituency, and has invited the
> GA Chair or a designated member of the General Assembly to be part of this
> task force. As Chair of the GA, I have declined to accept this task,
> preferring instead that another member of our Assembly function in this
> I consider to be fitting that the author of the motion for an Individuals'
> Constituency, Joop Teenstra, be chosen by the membership to join in the NC's
> efforts. Joop has long been acknowledged as the bootstrap for the
> individuals' movement, and I can think of no one more passionately devoted
> to this cause or better suited to take on this responsibility.
> Are we agreed?
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