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Re: [IFWP] Re: [discuss] Names Council


  Dear Readers, it seems that William is correct here.  Is the DNSO
NC having a "Substantive" or substance and procedural problem here?
One wonders!

  However I am quite sure that the NC will in short order correct this
problem...  Or is that a group of self appointed folks calling themselves
the NC/PNC?  Hummmm?

Thank you in advance for the NC cooperation on considering this
problem and William's very good questions in advance, and look forward
to seeing this situation resolved in an expedient manner very soon...

William X. Walsh wrote:

> On Fri, 18 Jun 1999 22:21:24 +0200, Javier <javier@aui.es> wrote:
> >Michael F.,
> >
> >Everything about the Names Council is public and is published in the
> >www.dnso.org website: its members and the contents of the meetings, as well
> >as the work calendar. We also try to publish the meeting agendas in advance.
> >
> >The Names Council now has 9 members from the IP, ISP and business
> >constituencies. The addition of 3 members from the Registrar constituency
> >is imminet. We also hope that the ccTLDs will have their 3 representatives
> >elected next week. Nsi has not named a representative (that we know of).
> >The non-commercial constituency has not yet been approved. We hope that
> >they will be approved in the Santiago meeting, and that they will have
> >elected their representatives at that time.
> >
> >Our next meeting in on June 25th to create new WGs. We will also have a
> >meeting for public input on policy on the same day. Both meetings are open.
> >
> >My only role in the Names Council is a member of it. I just happened to
> >Chair the last teleconference and apply the criteria of the organisation of
> >which we are a committee (ICANN)
> >
> And exactly who decided you would play this role?
> Further, why have I still not received an answer about ISPs joining
> the ISP Constituency?  Is the DNSO attempting to stop ISPs and others
> from joining and participating until they can make substantive
> decisions on their own that are not subject to later reversal?
> It shouldn't take over 48 hours for an answer on who ISPs contact and
> what is required for them to obtain recognition as members of this
> constituency and participate in the decisions.
> --
> William X. Walsh
> General Manager, DSo Internet Services
> Email: william@dso.net  Fax:(209) 671-7934
> The Law is not your mommy or daddy to go crying
> to every time you have something to whimper about.


Jeffrey A. Williams
CEO/DIR. Internet Network Eng/SR. Java/CORBA Development Eng.
Information Network Eng. Group. INEG. INC.
E-Mail jwkckid1@ix.netcom.com
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