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Re: [ga] Santiago DNSO GA Chair
Mr. Gaetano and Everyone,
I have read many of your posts now. I am beginning to get the
that I have also seen expressed by many on these forums, that you seem
lack the grasp of the fundemental practice and idea that in order for
constructive "Work" to be done there must first be a proper agreed upon
process in place. It appears to me, and I see others as well, that that
process in not in place.
> You wrote:
> > The problem is that there is an increasingly frustrated group of
> > disenfranchised Individual Domain Name owners, stakeholders
> > in the DNS,
> > who's representatives have *not* been admitted as observers
> > on the NC and
> > who will have to wait for the ICANN official blessing until
> > they can fully
> > participate and have their representatives vote on the Names Council.
> > In the meantime, the NC can pass on recommentations from the
> > WG's to the
> > ICANN board
> > and determine policy on issues that directly affect these
> > stakeholders.
> > Therein lies a problem.
> Would this problem be alleviated by participation in the WGs?
> I would like to be sure that, while focusing on the needs for extending the
> participation, for instance creating and recognizing new constituencies, we
> also use the tools that we have for bringing forward ideas and have some
> work done.
> I see more messages addressing the former topic than the latter.
> Therein may lay a problem ;>).
Brian C. Hollingsworth
Sr. Legal Advisor, International House of Justice Internet
Communications Affairs and Policy
Advisory council for Public Affairs and Internet Policy, European