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RE: [registrars] Code of Conduct
Thanks all for getting this issue moving.
My recommendation here is to try to keep this WG small and workable.
Obviously, we don't want to turn anyone down if they would like to
participate, but if we can keep it this small, we will probably be able to
get more done in a shorter amount of time.
Let's get the show on the road, and set up a teleconference for next week.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com
> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Richard Lindsay
> Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2000 3:41 AM
> To: Registrars@Dnso.Org
> Subject: Re: [registrars] Code of Conduct
> Greetings everyone,
> Did I hear my name called? :-)
> In Cairo we had discussed setting up a "Best Practices" task
> force, one of the issues to settle being the Code of Conduct.
> I had volunteered to help organize this overall task force, but
> of course welcome support in driving this particular aspect, the
> Code of Conduct, forward. Being in Tokyo makes communications
> sometimes difficult, so having someone in North America to help
> coordinate is a big benefit.
> I did send out an email to the mailing list asking if anyone wanted
> to get involved. This was following a draft by Jeff (mentioned
> below) which was sent to a subset of Registrars. I don't believe
> this has been submitted to the list yet, so if Jeff doesn't mind
> I will forward that draft.
> To date, I believe the following Registrars and members have
> volunteered to participate:
> Bob Connelly
> Lauren Gaviser
> Ross Wm. Rader
> Alexander (I apologize, my font garbled your last name, is it Bauer?)
> Erica Roberts
> Jeff Shrewsbury (interest by drafting a first version :-))
> Josh Elliott (by being cc'd on Jeff's mail)
> I think this is a good group to start with. If anyone wants to join,
> or if I missed someone please let us know. I think we could now
> move on in the process as we to break down what we have to do,
> and identify our goals and milestones. The next steps may be
> to determine exactly what we are to accomplish, and perhaps
> set some guidelines, and maybe set up a conference call
> sometime in the near future to discuss a course of action.
> "Michael D. Palage" wrote:
> > I would welcome Richard as well as anyone elses help in
> advancing this Code
> > of Conduct. I have already posted to the list an agenda of
> those items which
> > should be included based on the feedback of various registrars. Several
> > registrars have already volunteered the support of their legal
> staff which
> > should make this document bullet-proof. The reason for this
> sense of urgency
> > is that the TM people are beginning to raise some noise in DC that the
> > registrars are having trouble with 3 top-level domains why
> should we give
> > them anymore. Therefore, we must get our house in order over the next
> > several months and show up in Japan with a Code of Conduct IN
> PLACE. The
> > only draft to date has been the one posted by Jeff Shrewsbury.
> Therefore, we
> > need to look at this first proposal and see whether we need to
> modify it or
> > start from scratch.
> > Mike
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