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Re: [wg-c] compromise proposal
Actually I think that the proposal does have some merit - not so that we may
better serve the interests of people who are associated with larger interest
blocks, but to ensure that our proposals are viewed in the proper context.
For example, does a proposal advocating the implementation of 100 new TLDs
and one registry carry different weight if it comes from NSI as opposed to
IBM? Absolutely. Representation without prior knowledge of affiliation
causes substantial lack of credibility for all involved and a very poor
structure within which intelligent decisions can be made.
Ross Wm. Rader
----- Original Message -----
From: Christopher Ambler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Kevin J. Connolly <CONNOLLK@rspab.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 02, 1999 2:50 PM
Subject: Re: [wg-c] compromise proposal
> > Unless, of course, we no longer pretend to be weighing positions
> > based on merit, but on the clout of the economic interest asserting
> > the same.
> Or we're afraid of admitting who's payroll we're on. Methinks thou
> doth protest too much.