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    As Predicted NRO.NET to Become Another Cash Cow
    by Anonymous on Wednesday May 11 2005, @03:24PM (#15189)
    As Predicted NRO.NET to Become Another Cash Cow

    http://www.nro.net/meetings/minutes/20050208.html
    [nro.net]

    6 - NRO Incorporation.

    RP. ARIN Board is agreed to be incorporated in Montevideo

    RE. Next thursday I will have a meeting with LACNIC board I assume will be agreed.

    PW. Agree in principle. Need to review the document

    AA - Also need to review the document of incorporation

    RP send back to the list for further revision.

    RE should we wait the comments APNIC and AFRINIC.

    AP propose wait for LACNIC board meeting. And be ok in Uruguay. If all ok. Send documentation to legal team for reviewing.

    NRO-EC 05-16 050208
    RP. Will resend last version of incorporation document to EC list

    Three people, then four, then forty.
    What better place to train new third-world
    cyberspace dictators ? Havana Cuba

    NRO Exective Council Meetings

    2005

    08 February 2005, Teleconference
    02 February 2005, Teleconference

    2004

    3 December 2004
    22 October 2004, Teleconference
    2 September 2004, Fiji
    31 August 2004, Teleconference
    29 July 2004, Teleconference
    6 June 2004, Teleconference
    4 May 2004, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
    29 March 2004, Montevideo, Uruguay
    3 March 2004, Rome, Italy

    2003

    18/19 November 2003, Havana, Cuba
    10 December 2003, Geneva, Switzerlan
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    Re:As Predicted NRO.NET to Become Another Cash Cow
    by Anonymous on Wednesday May 11 2005, @03:35PM (#15190)
    5 - Communications NRO - ICANN

    RP. It is important to define aspects to be communicated in regular way between ICANN and NRO. Currently there is lack of communication. It is clear that Barbara Roseman is the point of contact between ASO and ICANN but it is no clear the communication between ICANN and NRO.

    RE. Agree with RP. We should have one more friendly meeting with ICANN. To clarify how should be the communication and also to be clear what actitudes are not part of the relationship.

    AP. To make a meeting with ICANN staff during Mar del Plata.

    RP. CEO and ICANN chair must be at least presence.

    [The ICANN CEO was advised not to attend]
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    Re:As Predicted NRO.NET to Become Another Cash Cow
    by Anonymous on Wednesday May 11 2005, @03:38PM (#15191)
    5.- WGIG Update Report

    RE. Hard work in this Group. Documentation ready for public comments. Period of comments very short just until Feb 11th. Documentation regarding IP address and names in a single document.
    RP. Concerns about the aspect of dealing names and IP address together. Need to talk again next meeting.

    6.- IANA Service Contract

    RP. I didn't receive any comments about the email to Doug Barton . Hard to receive answer from IANA.
    AP. Contact Doug Barton for clarification of this email.
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    Re:As Predicted NRO.NET to Become Another Cash Cow
    by Anonymous on Wednesday May 11 2005, @03:45PM (#15192)
    "ARIN is doing important lobby actions"
    [uh huh, riiiight !!!]

    9 - ARIN work in public/private partnership area with US law enforcement (Ray)

    RP US law enforcement institutions is participating in different Internet forum. In case they contact them ragarding IP issues to resend the communication to RP. Reminds their scope is inside US. ARIN is doing important lobby actions with different institutions inside US informing the work and nature of RIR
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