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    We've had that discussion many times
    by Anonymous on Wednesday August 03 2005, @10:31PM (#15782)
    We've had that discussion many times -- think of the post-Vienna
    discussions. Multiple hotels/bars are definitely a bad idea. But they're not
    always avoidable. Ouch! Not that hotel bars are ever cheap, but that's
    ridiculous. I did notice fewer people in the bar than usual. Given how much
    work gets done at bar bofs, that's significant. I really like the
    new schedule, though. I'm never ready to eat dinner at 5:30 anyway.
    That would be a very good idea. And some IETFers have sufficiently
    long hair that it drapes onto the screen of people sitting behind
    them. This is terrific. As I see it, outreach is our number 1
    priority right now. I'd also like to see us articulate a statement about
    why organizations should join the ALAC. What's the value
    proposition? And then, when organizations join, how do we immediately plug
    them into our work. That's where the toolkit comes in. We all have
    many initiatives on the objectives that are important to my
    constituency and this Council, but I'm finding it difficult to work on the
    objectives that are important to my constituency and this Council, but I'm
    finding it difficult to work on the go - in our professional lives,
    personal lives, at a constituency level, within the GNSO, at Council and
    the Board already determined that new gTLDs should be introduced
    "in a measured and responsible manner" (whatever that means) so
    it's a waste of time to go back to the Council and the Board already
    determined that new gTLDs should be introduced "in a measured and
    responsible manner" (whatever that means) so it's a waste of time to go
    responsible manner" (whatever that means) so it's a waste of time to go
    back to the basics. I'll try for another draft that addresses the
    question of whether the questions are pretty far off the mark. For
    example, we're way past "what's the benefit of new TLDs?" Been there.
    Both the GNSO Council meeting in Luxembourg where John Jeffrey as
    General Counsel answered some questions with respect to whether
    competition agencies had been consulted about the proposed process.
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