RE: [council] New NCDNHC Names Council members
You've been a very articulate voice for an often under represented
group. What most people have already forgotton, or never knew, was that
the Internet of today came to be because of non-profits and
non-commercial entity participation.
Keep your hand in!
Peter de Blanc
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf
Of Milton Mueller
Sent: Saturday, March 02, 2002 12:32 AM
Cc: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Subject: [council] New NCDNHC Names Council members
The Noncommercial constituency has elected its new
Names Council representatives. They are:
Eung Hwi CHUN (Korea): firstname.lastname@example.org
Harold Feld (USA): email@example.com
Erick Iriarte (Peru): firstname.lastname@example.org
With this message, I bid the Names Council adieu.
I entered the Council determined to fight for the
right policies, but am leaving it with the sense
that it is no small victory simply to produce a
As ICANN lurches toward some kind of redefinition
of itself, the future of the DNSO itself is in doubt.
Whatever happens on that front, I feel cautiously
optimistic about the future of the Internet, however -
Lynn's reform proposals seem to have shocked the
community into a stark realization of what is at
I intend to follow through on the commitment to
transition the UDRP working group and also intend
to closely monitor the progress of the .org
Regards to all of you I worked with,