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Re: [dnso.discuss] Re: [IFWP] Re: Modifications to ICIIU Guidelines a nd NCDNHC definition
- Date: Tue, 01 Jun 1999 20:51:31 GMT
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (William X. Walsh)
- Subject: Re: [dnso.discuss] Re: [IFWP] Re: Modifications to ICIIU Guidelines a nd NCDNHC definition
On Tue, 01 Jun 1999 13:54:09 +0100, Jeff Williams
> Than you will need to choose which constituency you wish to belong to.
>This is the nature of a constituency model to be built within the DNSO.
>I completely disagree with it, but the ICANN Interim Board decided to
>act in Singapore otherwise against the grain of consensus. Hence you
>have a situation that is by design, divisive, as I and many others have
>our before and just after the Singapore conference. So, as I said you are
>going to have to decide which side of the fence you are going to stand
>from a personal and a professional standpoint under this scheme. Hence
>as I said, you either are going to be part of the non-commercial
>or you are not. If not than again as I said the non-commercial constituency
>is none of your or my concern.
Wrong again. If my business entity wishes to join the commercial
constituency, it is free to do so. If my non-commercial entity wishes
to join the non-commercial entity it is free to do so. If me as an
individual (who also owns a domain name used strictly for
personal/family use) wants to join an individuals constituency, I am
free to do so.
And I won't even touch the part of the ISOC and multiple
constituencies. ICANN's current position there will not stand. Mark
> Oh, YOU feel, huh? Well that is fine and dandy! Than join the NCDNHC
>and make your presence known, or formulate your own non-commercial
>constituency and submit it to the ICANN and the DNSO for their approval.
>But understand that when you do so that it is likely that you will not
>be taken seriously as your and DNO.NET is not a non-commercial organization
>as you will be viewed with a jaundice eye as will your formation of a
>non-commercial constituency as you are going to be viewed as staking
>a position that you are not really associated with...
It is DSO.NET, btw, and I am doing just that right now, letting my
positions and presence be known, and discussing it on the appropriate
forums for these discussions. Unlike Michael, I'm not interested in
being a leader of such a group, and would decline it even if asked.
So I won't presume to develop my own constituency plan for the NCDNHC.
But I WILL presume to point out the flaws with the current structures
that are under consideration.