Re: [ga] Stuart Lynn wants restricted TLDs only
Oh, you two kidders,
Certainly everyone knows by now that Lynn, Roberts, Joop, Ester, Karl, Louis
and I already signed
off on it last MDR meeting. Vint and Ellen Rony were holdouts but we got
them to come around.
Joe B. Jim F. and Andrew M. were stuck in the elevator together but gave
their concurrence later.
Marc S. Marilyn C. Phil S. Michael F., Brett F. argued vehemently that we
should give it all back to
the USG. But Don Evans refused touching it. If it weren't for WXW and Jeff
Williams we would never
have reached consensus.
Heck it has all been documented for months on www.icanntalk.com.
Don't forget to vote, you all have a full range of leaders to pick from,
exercise and make us strong.
William X Walsh wrote:
> Friday, Friday, January 11, 2002, 7:49:10 AM, Patrick Greenwell wrote:
> > On Fri, 11 Jan 2002, William X Walsh wrote:
> >> ``A lot of the problems surrounding the new TLDs (top-level domains)
> >> are less in a sponsored environment,'' he said.
> >> Has to be the lamest reason I've ever heard.
> >> Sounds more like trying to find an excuse to do what the Corporate/IP
> >> interests would like, which is to see NO new unrestricted TLDs. They
> >> fought hard during Workgroup C to prevent open TLDs from being
> >> introduced, arguing for no expansion of the namespace.
> > I can't wait for the next "Internet Consensus Policy" which spells out
> > that we all want restricted TLDs exclusively. :-)
> Stop giving them ideas, Patrick :)
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