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Re: constituency formation
- Date: Sun, 4 Apr 1999 11:22:51 -0400
- From: email@example.com (Esther Dyson)
- Subject: Re: constituency formation
I guess you could say it's bottom-up. But please do post any announcements
to the icann site.
At 10:08 AM 04/04/99 -0400, Michael Sondow wrote:
>Rick H. Wesson a écrit:
>> where are the discussions taking place about the formation of the various
>I'm not very sure, myself, Rick. There have been notices of
>conferences in New Zealand and Canada, for the business and
>trademarks people. As to the ISPs, registries, TLDs, and
>non-commercial, your guess is as good as mine. But we can be certain
>they are organizing. Unfortunately, as usual, ICANN's done nothing
>to facilitate this important activity, so it's very disorganized.
>Roberto Gaetano suggested using the DNSO.org website as a
>coordination center, which seemed like a good idea, but then a
>dampener was thrown over that when someone (Amadeu?) said it had
>been givent to ICANN. Then ICANN said they weren't ready to maintain
>it, so ...phut!
>Looks like we'll all find out in Berlin, as a big surprise, who's
>been organizing what.
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