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Re: [council] Nomination for NC Chair

Dear Richard:
In your nomination of Cary ,you stated that he has been involved in the ICANN process for a number of years.  Unfortunately, however, I am quite unfamiliar with any of Cary's past accomplishments and/or participation within the ICANN process, beyond is obvious involvement with the establishment of .museum.  My lack of knowledge may simply be due to my unfamiliarity with the NC.  Nevertheless, I was wondering whether you could elaborate on this statement by providing the members of the NC with more information regarding Cary's involvement and participation within the DNSO.  Specifically, can you provide us with a list Working Groups and/or Task Forces on which Cary has participated.  I would be specifically interested to know any if he has ever Chaired any such groups within the DNSO.  In addition, I would be interested to know whether Cary was involved in the DNSO prior to his election to the NC.  I believe this type of information would be very useful as NC members ponder the upcoming election.
Thank you in advance for your assistance.
J. Scott Evans
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Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2002 11:10 AM
Subject: [council] Nomination for NC Chair

Dear Colleagues,
I would like to nominate Cary Karp for Chairman of the Names Council.  Cary has been active in the ICANN
for many years and is a well respected and knowledgeable member of this Council. 
The gTLD Registry Constituency continues to believe in the importance of Chair rotation each 12 month period
as a means of balancing the representation of views within the global internet community.  We believe Cary has
the skills and character to well manage this representation, as well as the knowledge and dedication
to ensure continuity in the important business before the Council.
I appreciate your time in considering this nomination.
Best Regards
Richard Tindal

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