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    The New.NET ICANN Management finally emerges.
    by Anonymous on Friday April 29 2005, @12:01AM (#15027)
    The New.NET ICANN Management finally emerges.

    Note: NANOG is part of the Postel Workers Labor Union, complete with thugs.

    http://www.merit.edu/mail.archives/nanog/msg07424. html

    The archives of NANOG are riddled with complaints and comments about the
    lack of competent representation and influence for the networking community
    within the ICANN world. So this is your opportunity to make your voice heard
    through action that actually carries influence. And responsibility.

    The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has just
    posted a call for recommendations and statements of interest for leadership
    positions on its Board of Directors and its Supporting Organizations.
    Additional detail are contained below. Note: the submission deadline is 15
    June 2005.

    I encourage every one of you (the positions encompass almost all
    constituencies) to read the material below, and to consider who might be
    appropriate and strong candidates in each area for such submissions. If you
    have any suitable candidates in mind, please take action. Your participation
    is crucial to the direction that ICANN takes, and the decisions it makes.
    This is the step that can lead to significant changes.

    If you're interested in being considered, you can also submit a statement of
    interest directly.

    Please feel free to redistribute this message to any and all relevant
    individuals and groups.

    Rodney Joffe
    Member, 2005 Nominating Committee
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    Re:More From the Shallow End of the ICANN Gene Poo
    by Anonymous on Friday April 29 2005, @12:12AM (#15028)
    http://www.icann.org/committees/nom-comm/

    The members of the 2005 Nominating Committee are: Marilyn Cade, Jean-Jacques Damlamian, Alan Davidson, Richard Draves, Jayantha Fernando (Associate Chair), Catherine Gabay, Hartmut Richard Glaser, Dr. Rainer Händel, Jeanette Hoffman, Rodney Joffe, Lars-Johan Liman, Mark McFadden, Ram Mohan, Elliot Noss, Simbo Ntiro, Adam Peake, George Sadowsky (Chair), Jose Ovidio Salgueiro, Michael Silber, Stefano Trumpy, Kiyoshi I. Tsuru, Florencio I Utreras, Frannie Wellings,
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]


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