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    Re:Dave Farber's ICANN Looking For "good candidate
    by Anonymous on Friday June 10 2005, @06:14AM (#15520)
    > >>> Date: Thu, 12 Feb 1998 16:30:09 -0500
    > >>> To: ip-sub-1@majordomo.pobox.com
    > >>> From: Dave Farber <farber@cis.upenn.edu>
    > >>> Subject: IP: itag announcement
    > >>>
    > >>> The Chair of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB), Brian Carpenter,
    > >>> and the Director of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA),
    > >>> Jon Postel, jointly announce the formation of the "IANA Transition
    > >>> Advisors Group" (ITAG).
    > >>>
    > >>> The ITAG will serve as a set of senior advisors to the IANA during the
    > >>> transition to a new organization with formal status as a non-profit
    > >>> corporation with a board of directors. This group will cease to exist
    > >>> when the board of directors of the new organization has its first
    > >>> meeting. The members of the ITAG have declared themselves as not
    > >>> candidates for the initial IANA board.
    > >>>
    > >>> The ITAG will consist of 6 members. The initial members(*) are:
    > >>>
    > >>> Randy Bush - Verio
    > >>> Brian Carpenter - IBM UK
    > >>> Dave Farber - U Penn
    > >>> Geoff Huston - Telstra
    > >>> John Klensin - MCI
    > >>> Steve Wolff - Cisco
    > >>>
    > >>> * organization affiliation for identification purposes only.
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    the 2005 Nominating Committee
    by Anonymous on Friday June 10 2005, @06:42AM (#15523)
    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,
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    Re:Dave Farber's ICANN Looking For "good candidate
    by Anonymous on Friday June 10 2005, @06:45AM (#15524)
    ICANN's President, M. Stuart Lynn, consulted with the DNSO Names Council, PSO Protocol Council, and the chairs of the Internet Engineering Task Force, the Internet Architecture Board, and the ICANN Root Server System Advisory Committee to locate a diverse and knowledgeable group of members for the New TLD Evaluation Process Planning Task Force. The following individuals graciously agreed to serve on the Task Force, in addition to Dr. Lynn as chair:

            * Jaap Akkerhuis
            * Sebastien Bachollet
            * Marilyn S Cade
            * David R. Conrad
            * Michael Heltzer
            * Geoff Huston
            * Roberto Laorden
            * Nilda Vany Martinez Grajales
            * YJ Park

    In addition, Mr. Adrian Pinder (of the U.K. Government) served as liaison between the New TLD Evaluation Process Planning Task Force and the Governmental Advisory Committee.
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