Re: [ga] Motion asking for GA poll on rebid of ICANN contract
I have no intention of shutting up. I am just sick and tired
of my mailbox being filled up daily with this nonsensical
drivel that gets us nowhere. Someone makes a substantial
motion, and I support it. You on the other hand, want to
step in its way. Thats what this is about. As far as I'm
concerned, the motion on the table is constructive.
ICANN is a corrupt monopoly that is controlled by people
who have NO intention of allowing any real and substantive
changes to take place since they have vested interests in
leaving it as is.
To think that anything we do here will make a difference is
naive. The best that we can do is collectivly ask DoC to
save the Namspace by terminating ICANN and moving
on to something else.
I second Mr. Love's motion and demand a vote.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas Roessler" <email@example.com>
To: "John Palmer" <jp@ADNS.NET>
Cc: "Ga" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2002 4:38 PM
Subject: Re: [ga] Motion asking for GA poll on rebid of ICANN contract
> On 2002-05-02 15:54:14 -0500, John Palmer wrote:
> >I demand Tom's resignation.
> Fine with me. Show me substantial support for _that_, and I'll
> happily ask the secretariat to set up an election for a new chair.
> It's that simple. Motion, support, vote.
> However, as long as you don't get substantial support for your
> demand, I'd suggest that you do one of two things with respect to
> Jamie's request for a vote: (1) shut up, or (2) help to get a
> constructive motion onto the table which finds reasonable support of
> the membership of the GA, and expresses the GA membership's concerns
> in an adequate manner.
> Tertium non datur.
> Thomas Roessler http://log.does-not-exist.org/
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