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Re: [dnso.discuss] Re: [IDNO:119] Support Statement
- Date: Fri, 04 Jun 1999 06:09:53 +0100
- From: Jeff Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: [dnso.discuss] Re: [IDNO:119] Support Statement
William and all,
The NCDNHC is open. It just does not allow commercial domain
name holders as members. This is as it should be as it is supposed
to represent ONLY non-commercial Domain name holders. This is not
the case with the IDNO of course, which is also as it should be.
What the ISOC and in particular Don Heath and religious followers
wish to do with the NCDNHC, is to allow for commercial individual
domain name holders to also join. This would be improper, of course.
William X. Walsh wrote:
> If only those who aspire to the NCDNHC would be as open as the IDNO
> proposes to be.
> Exclusions to a constituency should not be entered into lightly, but
> after extensive discussions with those are are interested and involved
> in the constituency. And then ONLY as necessary to maintain the
> charter as to who the constituency was formed to represent.
> ISOC members who fit into the IDNO are, and of right should be,
> welcomed as any other individual domain name holder would be.
> On Fri, 4 Jun 1999 17:41:03 +1200, Joop Teernstra
> <terastra@TERABYTZ.CO.NZ> wrote:
> >That last sentence is in accordance with the principles of our constituency.
> >In other words: it's the owner that joins the constituency, not necessarily
> >the listed contact.
> >You are under a misunderstanding, Kevin, if you think that Companies can be
> >members of this constituency.
> >Please come up with better language for our charter to make sure that there
> >is no such misunderstanding.
> >(Actually , I had been waiting for your input on this score)
> >Now, with regards to ISOC leadership, there will be many who will agree,
> >but also many who will disagree. Healthy democracy.
> >If you mean with "this whole process", the formation of the Individual
> >Domain name owners' constituency, then I'm sad to report that Don Heath had
> >plenty of opportunity to talk to me in Berlin, but chose not to.
> >Even though you are an ISOC NY chapter director you have been welcomed by
> >myself and the first co-founders to join.
> >We would appreciate that you would invite the many individual DN owners
> >that are ISOC members to consider signing up for this constituency even
> >though at the moment ISOC appears more interested to control the
> >non-commercial DN holders constituency.
> >Kent and Dave might call this "capture". I trust that ISOC members who join
> >up with us, will continue to behave as individuals.
> >Ballotting is secret.
> >They will have a voice just like other DN owners. As they deserve.
> >--Joop Teernstra LL.M.--
> >the Cyberspace Association,
> >the constituency for Individual Domain Name Owners
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