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    Re: Bucharest coverage
    by Anonymous on Tuesday June 25 2002, @08:03AM (#7448)
    Some comments from James Love here including:-

    "I just showed up to a meeting on the at large. I made a comment. The at
    large has gone from 9/19 of the board in the White Paper to 5/19 in Cario to
    1/19 members of the NomCom. How is that 1 person selected?

    Esther tells me that is not a constructive comment."


    "[...] Esther says, the at large committee will not have elections, "for now."


    "Ok, now in the at large meeting,

    Denise Michel says, the US Congress will do nothing to change ICANN, and DoC
    will make only minor changes in the MoU, and everything will be ratified in


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    Re: Bucharest coverage
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Tuesday June 25 2002, @08:31AM (#7451)
    User #2810 Info
    A Reuters preview, and the U. of Oregon page has been updated under Participation, with email links for the General Assembly and its Alt Chair Alexander Svensson, and the Names Council. If this is meant to mean general participation in ICANN, one cannot post to the Names Council, and many soon will be constrained from posting to the GA successor GNSO. If this is meant to mean participation in the Budapest proceedings, it is a far cry from what existed prior to ICANN's last meeting, where one could remotely participate in the Public Forums by putting forward questions, viewing others' remote questions, seeing which of these, if any, were asked, and which were answered, and having a subsequently available public archive of all such questions. -g
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    Re: Bucharest coverage
    by Anonymous on Tuesday June 25 2002, @09:57AM (#7456)
    Sounds to me that Bing-a-Bong would a far more appropriate location than Bucharest... Much more appropriate that is, to the conducting of a Kangaroo Court which pretends to listen and then acts who it wishes regardless...

    ICANN **** off, WE don't want you anymore
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