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    by Anonymous on Thursday October 20 2005, @04:11AM (#16319)
    by Ross  at 07:06PM (EDT) on October 19, 2005  |  Permanent Link

    Scripting News: “On this day in 1998, Jon Postel died.”

    Jon did a lot of good for the internet. For instance he was a central figure in the events that lead to the creation of ICANN.

    Coincidentally, I’m sitting in a boardroom in Marina del Rey two blocks up the road from where Jon kept his office. With me are members of the ICANN board of directors – Njeri Rionge, Raimundo Beca, Mike Palage, Vint Cerf, ICANN staff – their CEO Paul Twomey, and Denise Michel, representatives from ICANN’s supporting organizations and advisory committee’s – Bret Fausett, Marilyn Cade, Sharil Tarmizi. We’re talking about the future of ICANN and what kind of a strategic plan we’ll need in order to get there.

    Hopefully we’re in sync with where Jon would have wanted us to be.

    Thanks for everything Jon.
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    "We’re talking about the future of ICANN"
    by Anonymous on Thursday October 20 2005, @04:22AM (#16320)
    "We’re talking about the future of ICANN"

    What future ?

    [head slap] Duh, that's right, the future where
    Vinton Cerf moves off-shore with Paul Twomey and
    counts the .NET per-domain Registry fees [taxes]
    as they enter their Swiss bank accounts ?

    Remember ? ICANN said they would not be a Registry.

    Remember ? Vinton Cerf's ISOC warned governments
    not to tax the Internet...until they got the
    first shot...[they left that second part out]

    The future where the new IANA - David Conrad,
    shows ICANN how to run the whole thing off-shore
    in the Seychelles like he ran one of Jon Postel's
    early franchises, called APNIC ?
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