Re: [ga] RE: Public forum for comments?
Stuart and all assembly members,
firstname.lastname@example.org is a web based forum. Many times
referred to as a "Black Hole" type forum. I believe that something
more substantial with an archive should be provided.
I also am on the ICANN Announce list and did not see
any announcement to notify anyone of this "Black Hole"
type of comment forum for the Reform effort. Please
advise if an when such an announcement is to be forthcoming.
Thank you in advance for you cooperation.
M. Stuart Lynn wrote:
> It is open, and has been since Thursday. See
> The board retreat was over the weekend. I was encouraged to post and
> I did. It takes a few days to get the public comment section going.
> No apologies.
> Please comment away. I look forward to them.
> At 8:21 AM -0500 3/2/02, Joanna Lane wrote:
> >Dear Stuart,
> >Would you please let us know when we can expect the public forum to be
> >available for comments on your proposal, after all, it is now nearly a week
> >since you told the world you were looking forward to public discussion and
> >debate. How can you expect anybody to take you seriously when your actions
> >do not follow through?
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: M. Stuart Lynn [mailto:email@example.com]
> >> Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 8:50 PM
> >> To: Joanna Lane
> >> Subject: Re: Public forum for comments?
> >> Dear Joanna:
> >> We will be setting one up in the next few days. As I am sure you can
> >> imagine, this has been a rather hectic week.
> >> Stuart
> >> >Dear Stuart,
> >> >
> >> >In your proposal for ICANN reform,
> >> >http://www.icann.org/general/lynn-reform-proposal-24feb02.htm,
> >> you state: "I
> >> >offer this analysis and these recommendations with the hope of
> >> stimulating
> >> >public discussion and debate. [...] I look forward to your comments and
> >> >suggestions."
> >> >
> >> >Question: Has ICANN set up a forum where the public may comment
> >> on, discuss
> >> >and debate this proposal? It seems odd that there isn't one set
> >> aside in the
> >> >usual place on ICANN's website, don't you think?
> >> >
> >> >http://forum.icann.org/
> >> >
> >> >Regards,
> >> >Joanna
> >> --
> >> __________________
> >> Stuart Lynn
> >> President and CEO
> >> ICANN
> >> 4676 Admiralty Way, Suite 330
> >> Marina del Rey, CA 90292
> >> Tel: 310-823-9358
> >> Fax: 310-823-8649
> >> Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Stuart Lynn
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