Re: [ga] Nomination Process
Saturday, June 09, 2001, 8:37:58 PM, Eric Dierker wrote:
> You all that bro;
> So the question is where do you stand on these issues.
> Do you stand for both an IC constituency and a DNH constituency?
I don't know if he does. I don't.
A domain name is easy enough (And cheap enough) to obtain. If someone
wants to be a part of the process, they should have some basis for
declaring a stake in the process. A domain name is a very minimum
standard for that, and I stress minimum since they are so easy and
cheap to get.
The individual public is better represented by the At Large, where
they have a stake, since ICANN deals with more than just domain
policy. The DNSO deals specifically with domain name/dns issues, and
as such those who have a direct stake and interest in that process
should be the ones who make up the constituencies in that supporting
William X Walsh
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