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RE: TM Sunrise +20 (Re: [wg-b] WG-B Report -Take II)

I support the sunrise proposal as a fair and reasonable balance of the
trademark and non trademark interests in domain name ownership.

Steve Hartman
Nabisco, Inc.

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Harald Tveit Alvestrand [SMTP:Harald@alvestrand.no]
> Sent:	Tuesday, April 18, 2000 2:08 AM
> To:	mpalage@infonetworks.com; Wg-B@Dnso. Org
> Subject:	TM Sunrise +20 (Re: [wg-b] WG-B Report -Take II)
> Michael,
> you state that the Trademark Sunrise +20 proposal has "strong support from
> the IP and Registrar constituencies".
> At the last time a vote was cast, I noted the following people as members 
> of the IP and Registrar constituencies:
> "Bill Barber" IP
> "Mike Heltzer" IP
> "Alberto R. Berton Moreno Jr." IP
> "Martin B. Schwimmer" IP
> "Michele Farber" IP
> "Teresa Sobreviela" IP
> "Steve Hartman" IP
> "Keith Gymer" IP
> "Victoria Carrington" IP
> "Michelena Hallie" IP
> "Peter Gerrand" Reg
> "Maria Equiron" Reg
> "Timothy Denton" Reg
> (apologies in advance if the table formatting stinks....)
> I've heard the voices of Steve Hartman and Martin Schwimmer here recently,
> not speaking in direct support of TM Sunrise +20, but not objecting
> either, 
> so I assume they are in favour. (Right?)
> I'd be happier with you reporting that these constituencies have a strong 
> consensus if some more voices in support were heard here.
> (Yes, I know any statement of support for TM Sunrise +20 means sticking 
> your head out for some heavy return email from the objectors, of which
> many 
> are quite vocal. Still..... email rarely leads to physical injury....)
>                           Harald
> --
> Harald Tveit Alvestrand, EDB Maxware, Norway
> Harald.Alvestrand@edb.maxware.no