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    Root Servers 'Parturiunt Montes Nascitur Ridiculus Mus'
    posted by michael on Thursday March 20 2003, @11:37AM

    The very very much delayed ICANN CRADA reports have surfaced, sort of. Seems that the reason for the delay is the hush-hush sensitive nature of these reports. ICANN is Very Important and has Security Responsibilities, you know. Anyway, we plebes now can enjoy the Public Summary of Reports Provided Under Cooperative Research and Development Agreement CN-1634 Between the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers and the United States Department of Commerce. A scathing dismemberment of this report inaugurates Karl Auerbach's new blog. Seems even Board members -- or at least one of them -- doesn't get to see the real good stuff either. Title corrected - thanks to Vittorio Bertola



    We'll be adding his XML feed to our right margin Real Soon Now (tm).

     
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    Latin spelling wrong
    by vbertola on Thursday March 20 2003, @11:39PM (#11356)
    User #3435 Info | http://bertola.eu.org/
    (Just for the sake of precision... "nascitur", not "mascitur")
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