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Re: [registrars] Ballot Results
I would be willing to co-sponsor a tel conf ....
My schedule for the coming week is hectic. I am in the UK on Tuesday but am in
Brussels on Wednesday, meeting with the Head of the European Internal Market
(and his team) to discuss arrangement for the lifting of data export
restrictions on Domain Name WHOIS information (and so prevent European
Registrars and Registries from being sued for release of information on the
registered keeper of an (infringing) domain name); Thursday its the EC-PoP
meeting and Friday I've been asked to meet with Commissioner Erkki Liikanen
(after the ICANN Board and Staff have met him).
Thus may I suggest Tuesday 15th Feb (but it could be that the short notice is
inconvenient to fellow registrars).....The following week I'm in Amsterdam at
RIPE on 21st and 22nd..... back in UK on 23rd. thoughts???
"Michael D. Palage" wrote:
> These are the registrars that I have received a ballot from. If there is
> anyone missing, please let me know. And please see if you voted correctly.
> In Working Group B I had people after the fact saying they accidentally
> checked the wrong box. There "appears" to be a tie for the Second NC seat.
> I still have to recheck my math and my in-box.
> If there is a tie, then we have three options. (1) continuing the voting to
> the eligible registrars at large; (2) request those people that did vote to
> break the tie (some people abstained completely on the NC vote and others
> just cast one vote; or (3) Revote for the second NC position.
> The fact that this vote appears so close is of some concern to me. Perhaps
> the two candidate could co-sponsor a telephone conference for people to Q &
> A the candidates and we could vote on the teleconference call since Issue
> One resolved that the voting results should be public. Just a creative idea
> for what it is worth.
> I will be out of the office most of Monday so it may be until Tuesday before
> making the announcement.
> P.S. Why is everything that we attempt to do in the ICANN process NEVER
> easy. Just pondering :)
> Bruce Beckwith (NSI)
> Hal Lubsen (Domain Bank)
> Toshio Matsuda (RICS)
> Robert Connelly (PSI-Japan)
> Richard Forman (Register.com)
> Clive Flory (Melborne IT)
> Jeff Smith (CASDNS)
> Susan Baylor (WebTrends)
> Richard Lindsey (InterQ)
> Paul Stahura (eNOM)
> Jeff Shrewsbury (InfoAve)
> Francois Collignon (7 Ways)
> Ken Stubbs (CORE)
> William Luckering (Affinity)
> Jeff Field (NameSecure)
> Ross Rader (TUCOWS)
> Michael D. Palage (InfoNetworks)