Re: [wg-review] constituency composition
> > Milton Mueller wrote:
> > >
> > > Let's throw this idea out immediately. We don't assign entire
> > > constituencies to individual organizations. If we start doing that,
> > > then let's have an ACM constituency, and IBM constituency, and a
> > > Syracuse University constituency (all of which have more members than > ISOC).
> an essential difference is that those others do not have
> a mission statement that goes:
> "To assure the open development, evolution
> and use of the Internet for the benefit of all
> people throughout the world."
And of course a mission statement always exactly reflects what an
organization does. Isn't that right? God's in his heaven and all's
right with the world. Thank goodness!
> ISOC is an open organization. Effectiveness of members
> is their own responsibility.
Really? Then I guess these emails from ISOC members and former ISOC
members that I've collected and archived, including some from former
officers, in which they express their outrage at the undemocratic
procedures of the ISOC leadership, are just mistaken bunk. Thank you
so very much for setting me straight, Mr. Pins-and-badges (aka