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Fwd: Re: comment solicitation
>Date: Wed, 24 Feb 1999 12:57:32 -0800
>Subject: Re: comment solicitation
>Thank you Molly for clarifying that no specific notice was posted
>regarding the draft that was added to your web site on 17 Feb, so that
>there was very little effective notice to the community.
>It should go without saying that you must not expect all of us to
>constantly check your web ICANN site for new drafts to review for you,
>in orfer to avoid missing one and then being told that we had a chance
>to comment if we had only been compulsive enough to look for needles
>in your ICANN Haystack.
>Now, how do I get htis message posted to your comments mailing list?
>Might I ask you to post it for me, as you know where to post it and I
>do not. Please CC me on the copy you post for me.
>From your message Wed, 24 Feb 1999 12:08:27 -0500:
>}A press release went out on Feb. 8 (to IFWP, etc.). The conflicts of
>}interest draft was posted later, on Feb. 17.
>}> What was the first date of notification for each of these drafts which
>}> require comments from the Internet community?
>}> Is it normal to allow only 3 days? Or did I miss some earlier
>}> >From your message Tue, 23 Feb 1999 15:33:57 -0800 (PST):
>}> }ICANN is soliciting comments on proposals for the domain name
>}> }supporting organization, draft registrar accreditation guidelines,
>}> }a draft conflicts of interest policy, and a draft reconsideration
>}> }In order to ensure that comments will be considered by the ICANN
>}> }Board in advance of its March 4 meeting, please submit them before
>}> }midnight, U.S. West Coast Time, February 26, following the
>}> }instructions at: http://www.icann.org/drafts.html
>}> }Please submit written comments even if you will be attending the
>}> }ICANN public forum on March 3 in Singapore, as time for commenting
>}> }in person at the meeting will be limited.
>}> ----- End Included Message -----