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Re: [ga] mailing lists and working groups.


The fact that I am the contact person for wg-c has been publisized several
times in this list. You can still go and ask something from the DNSO
voluntary secretariat, whom, as you well know, is on holiday, but nothing
will happen at this point. You can go and  ask anybody else you want, with
exactly the same result.

In the other hand, you can ask me, and be put in the list right away. I do
need a direct request from you to put you in the list, I don't want
complaints about putting in the list people who have not officially
requested it. After you request it, you will be in the list before 24 hours
have passed by.

Rick has not yet requested to be put in the list, and therefore he is not
in the list.

In reference to work behind closed doors... the lists of the WG are
publically archived in the DNSO website. Anybody who has an interest in the
process can check them out.


At 15:11 19/07/99 +1200, Joop Teernstra wrote:
>At 12:14 PM 17/07/1999 +0200, Javier SOLA wrote:
>>Who did you send your request to? I have not received it, either directly
>>or through this list, and our secreatariat is on holiday, they would not be
>>forwarding anything to me.
>>At 02:39 16/07/99 -0700, you wrote:
>>> I requested to joing wg-c last week and have herd
>>>*nothing* back. this is unacceptable
>I am in the same situation as Rick. I want to join WG-C.  I sent the
>request last week to DNSOadmin in accordance with the instructions on the
>DNSO website. If nobody now takes action on any requests to join, does that
>mean that the real work can continue behind a closed door for 2 weeks?
>--Joop Teernstra LL.M.--  , bootstrap  of
>the Cyberspace Association,
>the constituency for Individual Domain Name Owners