RE: [registrars] By-Laws
tell you what, I'll up date my disclosure statement quarterly if warented,
you won't get better than that. Often I have jobs completed in under 90
days and there is no need to put stuff up and take it off. I suppose there
is some marketing aspect I'm missing here, but thats just me.
understand we are enterested in disclosure, but our real focus should be
on getting work done and the procedureal mess that is being encouraged
here just isn't what this constituency should be about.
On Wed, 28 Nov 2001, Elana Broitman wrote:
> May I suggest that these disclosures are posted on the registras site.
> Also, for full disclosure, an ex.com. member should provide information
> about the entire span of their term at ex.com (or in the case of a nominee
> to a position, a period of time, such as 12 months). The disclosure should
> also be updated promptly if employment or consultancy arrangements are
> changed. Otherwise, constituency members will not have accurate information
> about their representatives.
> Finally, the disclosure should provide information regarding ties to
> registries or other companies that are members of the DNSO. I recall Mike
> Palage raising the issue at the LA meeting of registrars and their
> representatives to the constituency also having ties to registries. I agree
> that it is important to know if an ex.com. or NC member works or consults
> for a registry, an IPC member, or a BC member, and one that should be
> divulged in the disclosure process.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2001 4:18 PM
> To: email@example.com; Liz Williams
> Cc: Registrars List
> Subject: RE: [registrars] By-Laws
> Actually, I've only posted my disclosure to the other members of the
> ExCom. Here it is for the world to see (I apologize for the length,
> I work for an acquisitive firm):
> I work for Allegiance Telecom, a U.S. telecommunications company. We
> offer our Internet related products (including domain name services)
> under the brand names Hosting.com and WSMDomains. In addition, we
> acquired the following companies that offered domain name services:
> Adgrafix, Connectnet, Connect.net, CTSNet, Harvardnet, InterAccess
> (my original firm, and the Registrar), Jumpnet, Kivex, and Virtualis
> InterAccess is an accredited and operational registrar. Adgrafix and
> Virtualis are accredited, but not operational, registrars. I speak
> for all of these companies in domain name related matters.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
> > Behalf Of Rick H Wesson
> > Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2001 2:30 PM
> > To: Liz Williams
> > Cc: Registrars List
> > Subject: Re: [registrars] By-Laws
> > Liz,
> > On Thu, 29 Nov 2001, Liz Williams wrote:
> > >
> > > Secondly, whilst you continually name particular registrars and
> > single them
> > > out for specific "treatment" from the chair, I note that we still do not
> > > have a disclosure of interests from the Executive Committee or the Names
> > > Council representatives. I ask, in line with the minutes of the MdR
> > > meeting, that that be posted COB today to the RC list.
> > [snip]
> > I believe Tim abd Brian have posted their disclosures; I stood up in MdR
> > and spoke mine.
> > I am not currently under contract to prduce or porvide any work
> > for any registrar. I have worked for many but at this time have no
> > pending work for any registrar other that the one I own, Alice's
> > Registry Inc. There are registrars that owe Alice's for previous work
> > but I doubt they wish to be named here ;-)
> > I too look forward for disclosures from the NC canadates.
> > -rick