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    re: seat 14
    by Anonymous on Sunday March 16 2003, @08:22AM (#11327)
    Palage won on the first ballot with 14 votes. Pisanty had 6, Sheppard had 4, and Simmons had 0. The results aren't public yet because someone has filed a challenge.
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      Re: seat 14
      by Anonymous on Sunday March 16 2003, @09:18AM (#11328)
      The mistakes just keep on coming. But Palage IS the lesser of two evils compared to Scumbag Pisanty. You remember Alejandro Pisanty, right? He's one of the ICANN Directors totally oblivious to the fact that consumers,like me, got ripped off because he didn't care enough to learn fully about that on which he was to vote ... the stupid son-of-a-bitch. I only hope I have a seat on the Social Security claim board determining his eligibility for benefits.
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      Re: seat 14
      by Anonymous on Sunday March 16 2003, @02:19PM (#11333)
      "The results aren't public yet because someone has filed a challenge." Nope. The results aren't public because, unlikely DNSO, the GNSO procedures for vote did not foresee the results in one shot, and did not plan for an immediate call when such situation arises. The only DNSO vote for ICANN Board which did not happen in one shot was the one in 1999, when 3 directors got elected. Any subsequent one took only one shot, because everything is settled in deals in advance.
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      Re: seat 14
      by tbyfield (reversethis-{moc.xinap} {ta} {dleifybt}) on Tuesday March 18 2003, @09:33AM (#11339)
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      The results aren't public yet because someone has filed a challenge.
      hey, there's an electoral method for you: don't publish the results, don't publish the fact that they've been challenged, and don't publish the name of the person who challenged them...

      one assumes that the person who challenged them knew what the results were.

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