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    Membership Issues ICANNatlarge.com At Work
    posted by michael on Saturday May 04 2002, @11:00AM

    Here's a message that's been making the rounds of various ICANN lists, from ICANNatlarge group. Those, you may recall, are the folks engaged in the (rather optimistic) task of self-organizing yet another an ICANN membership. I say optimistic not because the organizing task is anywhere near impossible but because its relevance in the current structure is deeply, um, speculative given the great, deep-seated, continuing, hostility towards the public's involvement evinced by the ICANN staff and epitomized by the continuing presence of the Board Squatters, not to mention the rejection of every previous initiative, etc, etc.

    Even so, gotta admire the energy if not perhaps the ability to take a hint:

    The newly elected panel for icannatlarge.com has set up a mailing list for general discussion about the At Large issues, open not just to its members but to anyone interested. That mailing list aims to be a prompt replacement of the current ALSC Forum list, which will close in a few weeks from now, and to host the same kind of fruitful discussion that has been characterizing it in the last two years.




    We encourage you to subscribe now to the new list by sending an empty message to atlarge-discuss-subscribe@lists.fitug.de . Archives may be found at http://www.fitug.de/atlarge-discuss/.

    At the same time, the panel has set up two other lists:
    - an announcement list for internal communication to all icannatlarge com members who opted in at registration;
    - a panel list for internal discussion and voting among panel members.

    Both lists are publicly archived on the web at:
    http://www.fitug.de/atlarge-announce/
    http://www.fitug.de/atlarge-panel/

    The panel kindly thanks FITUG e.V. for setting up and hosting these mailing lists.


     
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