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    Plan? What plan?
    by KarlAuerbach on Thursday May 13 2004, @11:10AM (#13579)
    User #3243 Info | http://www.cavebear.com/
    During my term on ICANN's board (which ended 11 months ago) I never once heard any mention of any long term or strategic plan.

    During the recent meetings at the ITU and UN I received the distinct impression that many of participants in those meetings considered ICANN to be a disposable and transitory entity that would be replaced or re-defined as the broader concepts of internet governance were formed.

    In those meetings there was a strong underlying note of creating small, highly focused structures to resolve clearly articulated problems rather than having a one-size-fits-all-and-does-all kind of thing such as ICANN.

    In other words, much of ICANN's fate is not in ICANN's hands.
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    Re:Plan? What plan?
    by Anonymous on Friday May 14 2004, @05:05AM (#13583)
    When on the ICANN Board, your time may have better
    spent writing a Strategic Plan, and making it part
    of the public record.

    At this point, the Registries and Registrars are
    funding ICANN. ICANN will grow as that funding
    increases.

    Via Price-Fixing, and other Collusion, the ICANN
    community will keep their revenues at a level
    they need to serve their small community of
    insiders. They get the U.S. Government's
    Department of Commerce to endorse (rubber-stamp)
    their RICO actions.

    The revenues get laundered thru their non-profit
    network into their sleeper-cells. Via their
    terrorist network, they are able to control the .NET
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    Re:Plan? What plan?
    by Anonymous on Friday May 14 2004, @10:29PM (#13588)
    http://www.icann.org/minutes/resolutions-11may04.h tm

    "Whereas, the Board is mindful that the GNSO currently has very limited support resources, and is facing a very heavy workload on issues including Whois, registry services, new TLDs, and the procedure for designating a successor operator for .net."

    With such a "heavy workload", how can there be
    time to make a Plan ?

    The 8 ICANN offices with a Staff of 50 at each
    office, should help to reduce the "workload".
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