Re: [ga] Where are all the reports?
Vittorio, Thank you for your prompt response,
Are writing this: Yes, Kristy, we have flushed the entire At Large
Membership after spending (hundreds?) (thousands?) (millions?) developing it.
I don't much care why, I think that's pretty obvious, especially now that
our rep, Karl Auerbach, has won our court case.
I just want to understand whether or not I need to look into a new org or
not now; however, if none of the orgs are voting for good representation, I
am sure it is not worth the time to motivate folks again now that their
efforts have been trashed by ICANN.
What you think?
At 03:43 PM 8/21/2002 +0200, Vittorio Bertola wrote:
>On Tue, 20 Aug 2002 10:44:11 -0500, you wrote:
> >What is the difference between this At Large and the one where hundreds of
> >thousands of people attempted to signed up to vote for Karl Auerbach?
> >Will those of us who voted for representation be permitted in the new At
> >Large? I noticed no-one in our office or the offices we support have
> >received any information about elections or progress within ICANN's At
> >Are these separate or the same thing with all the members removed?
>In fact the Regional At Large Organizations, while allowing into themselves
>all those organizations which want to participate in the process, should
>allow individual registration. Of course, while in the original At Large
>people would vote for nine Board seats, here each Regional membership elects
>two seats in the ALAC, which in turn will elect only one (possibly non
>voting) Board member: so the degree of power the At Large mechanism actually
>handles is much, much lower. But still this scheme should allow the Regional
>orgs, for example, to set up online elections if they desire to do so - and
>I really think they should do it.
>A point we wanted to make, however, is that neither we nor ICANN should
>enter so deeply into the internal processes of such At Large Organizations.
>ICANN should pose some requirements in terms of openness and sustainability,
>for example; but how these Organizations work and choose their
>representatives should be independently determined by themselves.
>vb. [Vittorio Bertola - v.bertola [a] bertola.eu.org]<------
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