Re: [ga] Consumer/Registrant Protection Consitituency
At 22:37 31/07/2001 +0800, erica wrote:
>Subject: RE: [ga] Consumer/Registrant Protection Consitituency
> > > Or do you like to revisit my WG proposal to bring all
> > > Registrants together
> > > in one super-constituency?
> > Since we're all in the same stew-pot ... why not?
>The best reason 'why not' is that, as far as I know, there is no support for
>this from either the business or non-commercial constituency. The only way
>this could succeed, is with their support.
It is true that so far the proposal has received the cold shoulder. Yet,
Roeland has a point. We do have common interests as registrants.
Moreover, a Registrant constituency with a strong business component would
help solving the perennial funding problem of the NCDNHC and the startup
funding problem of the IRC (Individual Registrants).
A single Registrants' Constituency made up of diverse interests would also
help mitigating the polarization between commercial and non-commercial, as
the Individuals would straddle that divide.
What would it take to get the support of the Biz constituency? A more
representative (of the world's commercial Registrants) Business
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