Re: [ga] Re: Input Needed
Sorry for the short cut in rushing to other things. Obviously a
restructuring must include a constitutional aspect. My structural approach
is to say: the ICANN is needed by
- the network managers (inacurately named TLDs) and IP administraors: they
should be the "ICANN owners" and get final control on the organization
budget they should pay - for the received service.
- the Internet Participants using the network manager and IP administrators
services: these Internet Participants are the "Internet owners" and by TLD
Registrants Communities the "TLD or (vitural) Nework owners". To get the
most diversified, representative, efficient and stable representation human
societies have always used a direct and an indirect ballanced selection
system (look at the Congress). I therefore say that the SOs must elect 9
Directors from (open to all) Constituencies (dedicated @large interest
groups) and the @large as a whole (the ICANN/GA) 9 directors.
On 00:42 28/02/02, DannyYounger@cs.com said:
>While policies, plans, and tools (your ICP-5, Registrars Rescue, and online
>management method) are important to the equation, what is still lacking is a
>channel by which any given interest group can effectively communicate with
>the decision-makers on the Board.
>Simply declaring SOs as open to any organized "constituency" does little to
>ensure that minority views won't be summarily voted down by the entrenched
>interests that currently dominate the process.
>In my view, the constituency/council structure is at the root of the DNSO's
>difficulties. Within the GA, everyone is accorded a voice, all have the
>opportunity to vote, and consensus manages to emerge. Would you support
>eliminating the Names Council and restructuring the DNSO as a large Assembly
>on the basis of one-man/one-vote?
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