Re: [ga] Ah Here is the New TLDs Evaluation Process...
I give my thanks to God every night for this GA list, which gives birth
to a handful of entertaining folks who never fails to sharing their
bizzard concept of how the world on wide ranging topics.
And the topic of of the day is "Freedom of Speech" (except when you are
an ICANN director, thank god I am not). Amazing is it?
The world is a wonderful place. Amem.
Joanna Lane wrote:
>>From: Roberto Gaetano [mailto:email@example.com]
>>So ICANN Directors and other officials cannot express personal opinions?
> A personal opinion is no substitute for a proper answer. In this case, an
> ICANN Director has patronized the complainant by expressing sympathy, but in
> the same breath has absolved himself absolutely from taking any
> responsibility for actually doing anything about it, citing "personal
> opinion". This does absolutely nothing to answer the very serious questions
> raised in Richard's position paper about the TLD Evaluation process, which
> adversely effects failed applicants to the sum of several hundreds of
> thousands of dollars. The point is, what are the ICANN Director's proposing
> to do about it apart from express personal opinions?
>>I see the benefit of reading the personal opinion of Mr. Palage
>>in stating this I talk in my personal capacity, not as Interim
>>;>), and therefore I will not engage the ALAC position on the
>>matter, if you
>>allow me to do so). The alternative is to stop communicating altogether:
>>what will be the benefit, and for whom?
> No, the choice is not simply giving personal opinions, or not communicating
> at all. For goodness sake, you people have been appointed to positions of
> responsibility. You are answerable to the community, and that means
> justifying polices that have been imposed from the top down with more than a
> "personal opinion". Expecting an official response from an ICANN Director is
> not an unreasonable expectation, and what's weird is that you seem to think
> the ALAC and ICANN Board can dictate terms that more often than not go
> completely against community consensus, then distance yourself from failures
> that result.
>>Incidentally, this is not the only forum available to the public, and
>>Michael did not call any press conference, he was only kind enough to
>>provide an opinion on an issue raised by a member of this mailing list.
>>Maybe things should be put in the right perspective...
> Yes, I think I've done that now.
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