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[ga] This application has false statements, please review.



Sirs,
	This document has only just been brought to my attention. While
Mr. Hendeles may be more than qualified for the position that he is
attempting to nominate himself for, I feel that some of the statements
contained in the "Curriculum Vitae" should be made more clear.

In the accomplishment portion;

"Led the design and planning of Skyscape Communications, Inc. one of
the first throughput guaranteed data network solutions."

Documented the efforts of a few individuals that designed the network
would be more accurate. This of coarse is supported by Mr. Hendeles'
lack of ablity to currently configure as much as a static route. It
should also be noted that the Skyscape Communication's network is not,
and has not been to date, in operation as per the design specified.

"Led the design and development team of the Internet Traffic Controller,
and advanced BGP server able to perfom proprietary high level routing
functions."

As the sole designer and programmer of the "ITC", I can without
reservation state that Mr. Hendeles did not lead in any of the design
or development on this project.

"Participated in the development of the Open Root Server Conferation
("ORSC") and infastructure design and deployment under the leadership
of Einar Stefferud."

If you kindly point your browser to http://www.open-rsc.org/about/who
you will see the actual list of ORSC Associates in the chronological
order of association. While you will see that I myself am a member
of this association, you will also note that Mr. Hendeles is not. Infact
the only referance on the ORSC site to Mr. Hendeles is a wrongly placed
name on the paper http://www.open-rsc.org/essays/hurst// , Mr. Hendeles
had no participation in the drafting of this work and steps are being
taken to have his name removed from the online copy. The copy submitted
to the United States Commerce Dept, did not contain Mr. Hendeles name,
and a quick search of the Commerce Dept.archives will support this.
As a co-author of this paper, I am shocked that Mr. Hendeles would 
request Mr. Sexton to place his name on intellectual property that Mr.
Hendeles had absolutely no particiation in production or presentation.


With so many falsely made statements in the curriculum vitae, I would
urge respectful members of the DNSO to disregard this nomination. If
the members of DNSO would like to further explore numerous other false
statements that I have not been outlined in this breif note, Myself and
Mr. Hurst will make ourselves available.

Tim Gibson
C.T.O. MobyDark Inc.


 

       -----Original Message-----
       From: Jason Hendeles [mailto:jason@dotpower.com] 
       Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 1999 2:02 PM
       To: Micheal D. Palage
       Subject: 

Title: 1

1. FULL NAME: JASON N HENDELES

2. E-MAIL ADDRESS: JASON@DOTPOWER.COM 

3. ORGANIZATION YOU WORK FOR (IF APPLY): A TECHNOLOGY COMPANY, INC.

4. SNAIL-MAIL ADDRESS (STREET, CITY, COUNTRY): 23 MCKAYFIELD ROAD,
TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA M4J 4P6

5. THE REGION THAT INCLUDES THE COUNTRY OF WHICH YOU ARE A CITIZEN:
CANADA

6. THE REGION THAT INCLUDES THE COUNTRY IN WHICH YOU RESIDE: CANADA

7. A CLEAR STATEMENT OF ACCEPTANCE OF THE NOMINATION: I ACCEPT
NOMINATION TO THE NAMES COUNCIL

8. IF YOU ARE A MEMBER OF THE NAMES COUNCIL, STATE YOUR INTENTION (*)

TO RESIGN FROM THE NAMES COUNCIL IF YOU ARE ELECTED TO THE ICANN BOARD:

9. A CURRICULUM VITAE (NO MORE THAN 500 WORDS LONG): 

Jason Hendeles is the acting President of ATC. With over 7 years of
infrastructure development and telecommunications experience,
Jason is recognized for his unique marriage of skills. In addition to
having a wide range of high level information technology skills Jason
has significant public company and non-profit company expertise. Some of
his accomplishments include: 

 Designed the first asynchronous transfer network solutions for large
scale commercial real estate projects in Canada.

 Led the design and planning of Skyscape Communications, Inc. one of
the first throughput guaranteed data network solutions.

 Led the design and development team of the Internet Traffic
Controller, an advanced BGP server able to perform proprietary high
level
routing functions.

 Led the development and construction of private facilities and network
solutions for major Canadian companies including UNUM
Canada, Motorola, the Toronto Ambulance Dispatch System and many other
established companies.

 Was the senior consultant to founder Tim Roberts with the network
design and strategic planning of the Digital Broadcast Network, a
National Communications Network based in St. Louis, MO.

 Submitting comments towards the Department of Commerce Green Paper and
had associates meet with Department of Commerce to
discuss and comment on the draft.

 Was a significant participant in the Global Incorporation Alliance
Workshop ("GIAW") and the International Forum on the White Paper.

 Participated in the development of the Open Root Server Confederation
("ORSC") and infrastructure design and deployment under the
leadership of Einar Stefferud.

 Was a significant contributor to the ICANN public relations
initiatives and worked directly with Susan Davis, Ken Stubbs, Michael
Palage and others to successfully plan and initiate action against
Network Solutions.

 

For the past two years, Jason has established himself as a prominent
voice in the domain name industry. Jason is one of the first
advocates for change in the domain name industry and has been actively
involved in the process since 1996.

Outside the information technology industry, Jason acts as a Director on
the Board of O&Y Properties, the largest real estate
management company in Canada. Jason is also the Director of the Ydessa
Hendeles Art Foundation, an Internationally renowned
contemporary art museum based in Toronto, Canada. Other non-profit
organizations Jason Hendeles has supported include: The
Strategic Directions Committee of the Art Gallery of Ontario (Canada's
premier museum); The Canadian Weizmann Institute of Science;
The United Jewish Appeal and Israel Bonds.

Jason was also recently nominated to the Foundation Board of the Beth
Tzedec, the largest Synagogue in North American. He is a
creative and hard driving entrepreneur, with an uncommonly agile
conceptual and analytical mind. Mr. Hendeles is a man with vision, but
practical, with both feet squarely on the ground. His unique marriage of
technology and non-profit company skills will form valuable
addition to the ICANN team.

 

10. A STATEMENT INDICATING YOUR IDEAS, INTENTIONS AND/OR THE REASON WHY
YOU CONSIDER YOU SHOULD BE
ELECTED TO SERVE IN THE ICANN BOARD (NO MORE THAN 500 WORDS): 

The next 24 months will see the birth of the domain name management
services industry. In order for competitors to successfully emerge, we
must work together to inspire changes that will give us the tools we
need to
survive and succeed. I offer ICANN a strong voice for change. If elected
I will dedicate myself to communicating a unified voice with a
consistent philosophy that is both responsive and convincing. The months
ahead will
be difficult as we continue to overcome a carefully developed strategy
of passive resistance to change. I have the experience and skills to
represent us and promise to be a strong force for our common interests. 

Among the many issues I will address if elected, the important issues
are as follows:

      i.BE RESPONSIVE TO THE OPPINIONS PRESENTED BY REGISTRARS AND
EFFECTIVELY PRESENT AND RESOLVE ANY CONCERNS 
     ii.CREATE A WORKING GROUP TO DISCUSS AN IMPROVE CURRENT PRICE AND
PAYMENT TERMS SET FOR DOMAIN NAME REGISTRATIONS 
     iii.PRESENT COMMENTS AND CONCERNS ABOUT DOMAIN NAME DISPUTE RELATED
WORKING GROUPS AND PROCESS DEFINITION 
     iv.PROPOSE A SYSTEM TO ORGANIZE AND UNIFY THE INTERNIC/ICANN/CCTLD
CONTACT DATABASES

     v.EXPLORE A MORE EFFICIENT PROCESS FOR ENABLING THE TRANSFER OF
DOMAIN NAMES FROM ONE REGISTRAR TO ANOTHER 
     vi.CONTINUE TO REINFORCE AND ENHANCE ICANN'S POSITION AND AUTHORITY
AND EXPLORING STRATEGIC RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER INTERNET ORGANIZATIONS
TO
       ASSIST WITH THIS EFFORT 
     vii.QUICKLY AND AGRESSIVELY ADDRESS PASSIVE NON-COMPETITIVE
BEHAVIOUR INITIATED BY NETWORK SOLUTIONS OR OTHER RELATED ORGANIZATIONS 
    viii.ASSIST COUNTRY CODE REGISTRY'S TO COMMUNICATE AND COORDINATE
THEIR SERVICES WITH REGISTRARS 
     ix.EXPLORE AND RECOMMEND THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN EFFECTIVE PROCESS
FOR THE DEPLOYMENT OF NEW TOP LEVEL DOMAIN NAMES. 
     x.PROPOSE DOMAIN NAME POLICY AND MAKE CREATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS TO
SPECIFIC ISSUES. 
     xi.CREATIVELY PULL TOGETHER STRONG TEAMS OF PEOPLE WITH DISTINCTIVE
SKILLS TO RESOLVE CONCERNS AS THEY ARRISE 

I pledge to effectively represent the views of the Registrar's and
communicate our concerns with strength and clarity. I have the
experience and creative skills to both contribute solutions and make the
difficult decisions
that need to be made if we are to create a level playing field for
domain name registration services. 

Your continued support throughout this initiative will give us the
momentum we need to succeed. 

Jason Hendeles, ATC