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    "ICANN has accepted yet another proposal"
    by Anonymous on Friday April 21 2006, @05:04PM (#16713)
    "ICANN has accepted yet another proposal"

    Anyone can send ICANN $50,000 and a proposal. The
    check will be cashed and nothing will happen.

    $50,000 buys very little at ICANN these days.
    That barely covers a weekend for the ICANN staff
    to fly to Vegas for one of their working retreats.
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    Re:"ICANN has accepted yet another proposal"
    by Anonymous on Friday April 21 2006, @05:12PM (#16714)
    ARIN Board of Trustees Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada
    April 8, 2002
    Attendees:

        * Scott Bradner
        * David Conrad
        * John Curran
        * Lee Howard
        * Ray Plzak
        * Bill Manning
        * Scott Marcus
        * Dennis Molloy, ARIN Counsel

    Chairman of the Board, John Curran, called the meeting to order at 5:05 p.m. MDT. The presence of a quorum was noted.

    Budget Adjustment

    Scott Bradner moved that the ARIN Board of Trustees adjust the budget for fiscal year 2002 by increasing the salary line and the Fringe Benefits line to allow for the increase of staff by one FTE for the purpose of engineering development activities. This was seconded by Scott Marcus. The Chair called for vote in which the motion passed unanimously.

    Release of Portion of Escrow Funds to ICANN

    Scott Bradner motioned that the ARIN Board of Trustees authorize the President to release $243,020.00 to ICANN. This represents 50% of the funds that ARIN is holding in escrow pending the execution of a contract between the RIRs and ICANN. This was seconded by Scott Marcus. The Chair called for vote in which the motion passed unanimously.

    Report from the Compensation Committee

    The Compensation Committee reported that they had met and discussed the President's compensation, and have made appropriate adjustments to his salary. Scott Marcus moved that the Board accept this report, and was seconded by David Conrad. The motioned carried 6-0-1 with the President abstaining.

    Adjournment

    Scott Bradner moved to adjourn the meeting at 5:09 p.m. MDT. This was seconded by Ray Plzak. This was passed by unanimous vote.
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