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    The New ICANN Resource Limit - 365 Days per Year
    by Anonymous on Monday April 11 2005, @10:24PM (#14873)
    The New ICANN Resource Limit - 365 Days per Year

    With the addition of Africa, ICANN is now facing
    a grid-locked annual schedule. AFNOG and ARIN
    have scheduled face-to-face meetings at the
    same time. As people know, face-to-face is used
    because ICANN does not use the Internet.

    "In conjunction with the Sixth meeting of African Network Operators Group (AfNOG) in April 2005, AfNOG is holding a Network Technology Workshop prior to the meeting. The workshop will be held in facilities of the Conference Centre, Maputo, Mozambique during 17th to 22nd April, 2005."

    "ARIN and the North American IPv6 Task Force (NAv6TF) are pleased to announce a joint meeting, April 17-21, 2005, in Orlando, Florida."

    They apparently did not clear their calendar
    of face-to-face events with the central command.
    It is hard to imagine that they do not have a
    single-root for their schedules. How can that
    work ?

    It would take quite a stretch for the ICANN Board
    to decide that there are now more than 365 days
    in a year. Not even the ICANN spin-doctors could
    make that happen. What of course is happening is
    that key insiders are being dispatched to handle
    the Africa venue while other insiders handle
    the Florida venue. There is now plenty of
    non-profit cash to fly union hall thugs to
    many venues at the same time.
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    Re:The New ICANN Resource Limit - 365 Days per Yea
    by Anonymous on Tuesday April 12 2005, @05:11AM (#14874)
    NSRC == John Klensin and Randy Bush

    "Network Startup Resource Center-NSRC is helping with organizing the AfNOG workshop curriculum and team of instructors."

    "The National Science Foundation provides assistance to participating network engineers from research and education networks via the NSRC project."

    "Affilias together with ISOC provided funding to help cover the cost of training workshop participants."
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    Clone the Insiders - Will Africans Notice ?
    by Anonymous on Wednesday April 13 2005, @04:14AM (#14876)
    Since the insiders are very strident and
    narrow-minded people, it is very easy to
    clone them and send a copy to each venue.
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]


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