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Re: [registrars] Moving the gTLD debate forward...
i would have to strongly concur with paul here.
i also feel that it is essential that the council needs to move the ball
foward and avoid any delays.
i will be & have been working towards that goal as well.
----- Original Message -----
From: Paul M. Kane <Paul.Kane@REACTO.com>
To: Timothy Denton <email@example.com>
Cc: Louis Touton <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>;
Sent: Tuesday, May 16, 2000 4:15 PM
Subject: Re: [registrars] Moving the gTLD debate forward...
> Timothy Denton wrote:
> > Paul:
> > I again smell bad faith in proposals of the sort that say: "well, WG-B
> > not come up with consensus on tghe means for the protection of famous
> > so we obviously cannot have new TLD's."
> What's your mission, ...... to stall the whole debate????
> I don't smell that aroma ....and to make sure, I think it would be prudent
> the NC to keep the ball moving forward by recognizing the areas of
> giving a broad and positive path for the Board to consider the
> new gTLDs..... in the knowledge they have the full support of the
> constituency... .
> If you want to wait until WG B comes to consensus, or prefer the NC to
> current consensus points together in a manner that the Board can take it
> next stage.. please state your preference?? The reason for asking the
> is to specifically avoid the "smell" and to send a clear message to the
> that they should move forward with this most pressing issue.
> Since my earlier mail I have received a significant number of private
> requesting me to vote in a manner that moves the debate move forward, if
> want to stall the debate, please say so, justifying your reasons. I
> your feedback.