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    AT&T Sells Marilyn Cade to FBI for $10 million | Log in/Create an Account | Top | 8 comments | Search Discussion
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    April Fools Joke
    by Anonymous on Thursday April 01 2004, @08:02AM (#13295)
    Milton:

    I am glad to see that ICANNWatch continues it April Fools tradition with this lighthearted post.

    However, turning to a serious note if that is permitted. I believe that ICANN's longterm viability is tied to incorporating the voice of all its stakeholders into its process. I myself have been an outspoken critic of the lack of representation within certain GNSO/DNSO constituencies in the past which are probably archived here on ICANNWatch.

    One of the things that I have been trying to do is bring attention at both a Board and staff level to the following provision within the ICANN bylaws. Specifically, in accordance with Article IV, Section 4, subparagraph 2 there is a provision for ICANN to undertake a review of the GNSO Council. I hope that this review will be completed by the November 2004 deadline.

    Although Marilyn and I have not exactly shared the same viewpoints on every topic in the past, I have respected her tenacity for zealously advocating her viewpoint. I believe that in order for ICANN to work, there needs to be more Marilyns and Miltons participating in ICANN, as well as sites like ICANN Watch, ICANN Blog, NoSuchWeblog, Wendy’s Blog, and CaveBear to name just a few to give their perspective on how ICANN is progressing, or not progressing. Although this will surely add to the noise, I always like Stuart Lynn's philosophy that a noisy ICANN was a health ICANN.

    Best regards,

    Michael D. Palage
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    Does the AT&T /8 go with her ?
    by Anonymous on Friday April 02 2004, @02:19PM (#13301)
    Does the AT&T /8 go with her ?

    Note, /8s are now being given out like popcorn.
    The RIRs are attempting to gather up all of the
    remaining space in order to monopolize it under
    their new NRO sham .ORG

    http://www.NRO.org
    [nro.org]

    http://www.merit.edu/mail.archives/nanog/msg03085. html
    [merit.edu]

    New IPv4 Allocations to the RIPE NCC

    This is to inform you that the IANA has allocated the following four (4) IPv4 /8 blocks to the RIPE NCC:

    85/8
    86/8
    87/8
    88/8

    For a full list of IANA IPv4 allocations please see:

    href=http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4-address- space
    [iana.org]

    Thanks,

    Steve
    ---------------
    Steve Conte - IANA
    conte@iana.org
    PGP KeyID: 0x0972C473
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]


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